College Tour '10 -- Lafayette College
From a student
The school is just beautiful, up on a hill. It’s really cool.
The only problem for me is that 30 percent of the students are involved in Greek life, and that’s too much for me. I don’t want to be involved, and that percentage is big to me.
The freshman year curriculum, and even in the years afterward, seems to be very writing-centric. They demand a lot of writing and want to teach you to be a better writer. That’s really cool.
We were walking around the school and people on campus could tell we didn’t know where we were going. They were really nice and stopped to help us, even without us asking.
This is one in a series of reports that parents and students are contributing about their campus tours this spring. If you have visited a school and would like to participate, email me a brief report at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find out more about College Tour ’10 and how to write about your college visit here.
Go to http://timespace.washingtonpost.com/project/college-2010/ to see more college posts in the series and a map displaying them all.
| April 19, 2010; 9:26 AM ET
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