college of charleston

college of charleston

The 10 Best College Towns and Cities

Boston SquareI loved going to college in Norman, Oklahoma. The city is definitely a college-town and I think it is one of the best places in the world to go to college. However, had a different opinion.

According to them, Boston is the best city in the USA for students to go to college. Why?

“Often, friends and I would go around the city to eat in Boston’s ‘little Italy’ the North End, or catch a Red Sox game, or go to a local bar and shoot pool,” said Rachel, a theater major at Boston University. “The benefit, for me, of going to college within a city was there never seemed to be a shortage of anything to do.”

That makes sense to me. Although BU does not have a traditional campus, there are more than 50 other colleges in Boston, so you can have that academic environment or enjoy living and studying amidst the hustle and bustle of the city.

The next city that made the list is Charleston, South Carolina. This city is located close to a beach and is also a tourist hotspot.

“Charleston is a vacation destination for many people, so it is cool to live in a place other people are only lucky enough to visit,” said Andrea, a biology major at the College of Charleston.

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Co-Ed Colleges with the Most Females

college girlsSome guys go to yoga classes to pick up girls and some guys enroll in certain colleges to have a greater pool of women to choose from. So if you’re one of these guys, here’s a look at some of the colleges with the most unbalanced female-to-male ratio:

1) College of Charleston: Located in the heart of charming Charleston, South Carolina, this public liberal arts school not only offers a beautiful and historic campus, cutting-edge programs and distinguished professors, but of the 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students, 65 percent are female and 34 percent are male. Read the rest of this entry »


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