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Apr 24 2004Anthropology
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Like some of the posts below, I also found this school to be fairly easy and somewhat mediocre academically in a few respects. Please don't post a dozen messages to refute me -- I am just relating my personal experience of the place. Respect my right to disagree! OWU is an okay school, but there are better liberal arts colleges in Ohio -- Kenyon and Oberlin. OWU is decent, but I wouldn't call it prestigious -- it definitely could be if it decided to become more selective, though. I'm sure that some people have had great experiences at OWU -- I just happened not to. But I'm happy for all the people who love the place!
3rd Year Male -- Class 2002
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Social Life: A+, Education Quality: F
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Apr 19 2004English
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I graduated from OWU last year. I don't really have a complaint about the academics, but Delaware is a very boring town, and I didn't think there all that many campus activities to compensate. Fortunately Columbus is fairly close by.
4th Year Female -- Class 2003
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Apr 19 2004Economics
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This is not a good school.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2006
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