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Middlebury College

Breakdown of “Social Life” at MCi

By Gender
By Major
Computer ScienceB
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcC+
Geography and GeosciencesB
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB
Political ScienceB-
Social WorkA

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Middlebury College
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Social Life

... The social life gets old fast ...Read full comment
... Vermont is nice, and so is the campus but I miss the city, The social life is repetitive too ...Read full comment
... My review paints Middlebury in quite a good light becauase it doesn't ask about what is most important about a college: tradition, a social life ...Read full comment
... Middlebury students are close-minded, pretentious and socially graceless ...Read full comment
... I want to preface what you are about to read by saying I am a very active member of the school, both academically and socially ...Read full comment
... Social life is not all that varied but is fun nonetheless ...Read full comment
... Everyone at Middlebury is really friendly, and I think that the campus' remote location definitely fosters closer relationships among students t...Read full comment
... Middlebury students have a much higher sense of ethics due to the honor code, the academics are better and more engaging and there is much more ...Read full comment
... Having visited friends at countless schools, and having initially bitched about the social life, there is nowhere better to spend four years than ...Read full comment
... If you are a prep, you'll be able to find the right social house for yourself ...Read full comment
... Middlebury College is a nice, cozy, relatively unknown, secluded and somewhat prestigious college in Vermont where wealthy parents send their soc...Read full comment
... Like the strings in a "Peter Pan" play, these intellectually dummel maggots soar about gloating over money and position, whilst desperately grasp...Read full comment
... If you are a prep, you'll be able to find the right social house for yourself ...Read full comment
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