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Middlebury College

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at MCi

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

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... There are even "exclusive parties" where many students of a certain ethnicity were turned away at the door ...Read full comment
... Although the teachers are excellent, go somewhere in or near a city, I think there is a lot more to gain from that type of atmosphere ...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
... The nearest and only "big" city in the entire state of Vermont is a 30-40 minute drive ...Read full comment
... The closest city isn't even a real city, and it is literally in the middle of nowhere ...Read full comment
... Some complain there is a lack of culture and diversity, but after coming from a large city with much of both, I think it's fair to say that you ...Read full comment
... Not at all- it is quite large actually, with many many excellent restaurants- I come from a metropolitan city and these restaurants certainly com...Read full comment
... Burlington is an hour away, and it's a pretty small city) ...Read full comment
... Yes, many students come from wealth, and many students are white, but this is typical of most top institutions, and any separation or alienation ...Read full comment
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