Amherst cons: 1. fickle weather 2. more rural location 3. academic pressure Amherst pros: 1. open curriculum 2. faculty relationships 3. buffet-style dining 4. spacious dorms/culture houses 5. study abroad resources 6. free music lessons for students on financial aid who have taken a music course
Welcome to Emily's tour of Colgate University! We start things off on Willow Path, which is one of the most scenic and famous parts of campus.

Diana Epstein.

Brandeis University

Hi, there my name is Diana and I am your Campus Reel ambassador. I come from Philly and on-campus I am captain of the rugby team and have a job working at phonathon. Join me to learn more about what Brandeis has to offer!

Sophie Carmosino.

Colgate University

See inside a dorm in Curtis Hall and meet my roommate! Curtis Hall easily has the smallest dorms on Colgate's campus, but it has great common rooms. When it comes to dorm life, campus provides a wardrobe, desk, and set of drawers. Some things I recommend you bring are a fan, extra drawers and/or shelves, and a speaker.
Lily introduces herself and talks about her current/previous activities at Amherst: orchestra, being at math TA, study abroad in France and England, and writing two honors theses in math and French.
The bike path runs through the woods and offers pretty views at all points, especially in the fall. At 20 miles long, it's perfect for long-distance running, short strolls, and serene bike rides. You can reach a mall complex via the bike path as well as Smith College.
Welcome to Crown Hall! Crown is a mid quad residence hall (where I live!) and is an amazing place to live. It's personally my favorite dorm building on campus. Check it out!

Colleen Hull.

Bucknell University

Hey yall! This is Smith Hall, located on the downhill half of Bucknell's campus. Home to the residential colleges, Smith is Great for those who want to live with students who value similar things!

Diana Epstein.

Brandeis University

Watch me climb up the infamous and tiring RABB steps and get a taste of the ever busy RABB humanities quad. No matter your major you won't be able to escape a class up RABB
A quick glance at Morrow Dorm, which has architecture similar to that of the freshman dorms.
My favorite view out of all the 5Cs, the top of Kravis! From here you can see basically all of the Claremont Colleges: CMC, Scripps, Pomona, Pitzer, and Harvey Mudd. All the schools share a lot of resources (and dining halls, yum) that everyone can use!

Colleen Hull.

Bucknell University

Bucknell is a party school. There's no getting around it. I love the social scene at Bucknell but it is definitely nothing like anything I have ever experienced before... With that being said, 'Ray Bucknell!

Alana Bortman.

Bucknell University

Here’s a taste of the living options here at Bucknell. In addition to dorms, there are affinity houses and downtown living options for upperclassmen. Ranging from uphill to all the way downhill, dorms and apartment-style-living buildings are situated all around campus.
Amherst cons: 1. fickle weather 2. more rural location 3. academic pressure Amherst pros: 1. open curriculum 2. faculty relationships 3. buffet-style dining 4. spacious dorms/culture houses 5. study abroad resources 6. free music lessons for students on financial aid who have taken a music course
Welcome to Emily's tour of Colgate University! We start things off on Willow Path, which is one of the most scenic and famous parts of campus.

Diana Epstein.

Brandeis University

Hi, there my name is Diana and I am your Campus Reel ambassador. I come from Philly and on-campus I am captain of the rugby team and have a job working at phonathon. Join me to learn more about what Brandeis has to offer!

Sophie Carmosino.

Colgate University

See inside a dorm in Curtis Hall and meet my roommate! Curtis Hall easily has the smallest dorms on Colgate's campus, but it has great common rooms. When it comes to dorm life, campus provides a wardrobe, desk, and set of drawers. Some things I recommend you bring are a fan, extra drawers and/or shelves, and a speaker.
Lily introduces herself and talks about her current/previous activities at Amherst: orchestra, being at math TA, study abroad in France and England, and writing two honors theses in math and French.
The bike path runs through the woods and offers pretty views at all points, especially in the fall. At 20 miles long, it's perfect for long-distance running, short strolls, and serene bike rides. You can reach a mall complex via the bike path as well as Smith College.
Welcome to Crown Hall! Crown is a mid quad residence hall (where I live!) and is an amazing place to live. It's personally my favorite dorm building on campus. Check it out!

Colleen Hull.

Bucknell University

Hey yall! This is Smith Hall, located on the downhill half of Bucknell's campus. Home to the residential colleges, Smith is Great for those who want to live with students who value similar things!

Diana Epstein.

Brandeis University

Watch me climb up the infamous and tiring RABB steps and get a taste of the ever busy RABB humanities quad. No matter your major you won't be able to escape a class up RABB
A quick glance at Morrow Dorm, which has architecture similar to that of the freshman dorms.
My favorite view out of all the 5Cs, the top of Kravis! From here you can see basically all of the Claremont Colleges: CMC, Scripps, Pomona, Pitzer, and Harvey Mudd. All the schools share a lot of resources (and dining halls, yum) that everyone can use!

Colleen Hull.

Bucknell University

Bucknell is a party school. There's no getting around it. I love the social scene at Bucknell but it is definitely nothing like anything I have ever experienced before... With that being said, 'Ray Bucknell!

Alana Bortman.

Bucknell University

Here’s a taste of the living options here at Bucknell. In addition to dorms, there are affinity houses and downtown living options for upperclassmen. Ranging from uphill to all the way downhill, dorms and apartment-style-living buildings are situated all around campus.

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