- Class: Sophomore
- Major: Religion
- Gender: M
- High School: St. Andrew's School
- Transfer Student: N
Haverford is way way too small. Halfway through your freshman year, you will be fully entrenched in your social circle. You will stop meeting new people entirely. You will recognize everyone but most will be too awkward to ever start a conversation. Think high school but with a higher percentage of weird kids. Maybe with another 500 kids the normal percentage could rise to a comfortable number. As is, it isn't even close. Haverford would be great if it weren't for the people.
Professors are generally great. Classes are super hard, but can be very interesting. Don't think you'll use anything you learn in class in the real world, but that's not the point.
Boring. Disjointed. Awkward. There are a small percentage of very interesting people who got duped into coming to Haverford. They stick together and struggle to have a normal college experience, living with one another and venturing into Philadelphia whenever possible. It isn't easy.
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