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Hiphopopotamus78Hiphopopotamus78 Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
edited September 2009 in Johns Hopkins University
So I'm interested in applying to Hopkins but I was unable to visit the campus this summer (I might be able to on a long weekend this fall, perhaps). One thing I am wondering about the school is the characterization of the school's setting. Does the school feel like an urban campus, or does it feel quieter and more residential (I've heard it described as an oasis in the city). I really love the school but I'm not sure if an urban setting is right for me? Will this be a problem, or will I only be reminded I'm in a huge metropolitan area once I leave the beautiful campus?

Many thanks
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