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I'm looking at women's colleges and the only one I could really see myself fitting in at (so far) is Wellesley. My friend, though, is going to be at Barnard next year and tells me I would probably love it there. I trust her...to an extent : P
So, current students, prospective students and alumni, what sets Barnard apart for you from other women's colleges? I imagine the difference is small but palpable, but that's what I'm looking for: the small things that make a difference.