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... sports aren't a big deal, which is disapointing because the teams really are pretty good ...Read full comment
... clubs and sports have limited numbers of people filling their spots and no one actually goes to club meetings or sports games ...Read full comment
... Kids were transported all the time, it was a regularity ...Read full comment
... nobody has any school spirit and everyone makes fun of the sports teams ...Read full comment
... And when I was applying for jobs that included writing, editing, and proposal-creating, it was often the skills I learned in my extracurriculars...Read full comment
... The students at Drew who are involved with a sport, including intramural, clubs, or other activites tend to be the students who like Drew the most...Read full comment
... There are many activities (sports, clubs, organizations) so it is easy to become involved ...Read full comment
... The sports aren't too good, but the other extracurriculars are great and numerous ...Read full comment
... It is very easy to get involved in extracurriculars because of the school size; I know freshman who already have leadership positions in clubs .....Read full comment
... The person who will be happiest at this school should either be into sports or drama as both are insta-social structures that are very supportive...Read full comment
... Pros: -Close to NYC, easy to get to -Beautiful campus -Overall friendly and liberal student body -Political science, psychology, economics, ...Read full comment
... The students are nice but weird, and usually the sports players are really arrogant (especially for a D3 school) ...Read full comment
... Sports games are fun but not widely attended; people who are there are enthusiastic though ...Read full comment
... There are also a lot of really cool guys, and duchebags (baseball) ...Read full comment
... These schools have national recognition because of good administrators, sports, academic research and certain departments at which they excel ...Read full comment

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