Princeton Review Lauds UMiami for Race/Class Interaction, Not For Partying
The Princeton Review's annual rankings of college is out for 2009, and University of Miami took the top stop in the Race/Class Interaction category. Basically 122,000 of the students surveyed agreed that, "different types of students (black/white, rich/poor) interact frequently and easily." Which sounds pretty right. I guess this mean UM is the college brochure cliché of a bunch of kids of different skin colors, backgrounds, and one in a wheelchair hanging out.
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