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I live in the same town as the college. It has a lot of acreage, so you won't see it from the road. The iconic building pictured will be renovated in 2018-2019. I don't think of that as the heart of the college. More of...More
We came to tour the school as a potential applicant. The school is set on some beautiful acreage. While it was winter and there were no foliage to speak of, you can tell it would be beautiful during all the other seasons. I'm sure the...More
This is a small campus with a BIG yard. Set on high ground with pockets of forest and meadow, it is also a showcase for some fine clusters of architecturally significant buildings. Certainly worth a trip around the grounds if you are in the area...More
As a structural engineer, I was interested to see where Buckminster Fuller, inventor of the geodesic dome (amongst other things) taught. Whilst there is no statue to him (why on earth not? the man is an engineering legend) the librarian very kindly found a selection...More
My daughter just graduated so I feel like I can speak with some authority. This is a very liberal school, about a quarter LBGT, the rest perhaps a mix of artists, serious scholars and misfits.
Very good reputation, very nurturing, very safe, not cheap.