actual life on campus

<p>Hi everyone. So I'm trying to get a feel for each ivy league campus before I visit. Could someone give me some insight about the dorms, athletic facilities, weather, classes, school spirit, etc. (pretty much as much about the campus as possible). </p>

<p>And if possible, could someone please give me some intel about the basketball facilities? I'm hopefully going to try to play some ball here (trying to be recruited). Thanks</p>

<p>I imagine you haven't received any responses because you could find the answers to most of your questions on the school's website or on Google. Assuming that you have already looked on, here are some links from other resources:</p>

<p>-Dorms: The</a> Freshman’s Guide to Princeton: Dorm Life | The Ink
-Weather: weather</a> Search Results Princeton FML
-Athletic facilities: Really? This is definitely on the website. They're great, though Dillon is packed at 4:30 and you sometimes have to wait for a treadmill.
-School spirit (with particular regard to basketball): What’s</a> March Madness? | The Ink and Love</a> & Princeton Women’s Basketball | The Ink and Jadwin</a> Jungle - Welcome and The</a> Prox: Sports
-Classes: People complain about them (classes</a> Search Results Princeton FML). People skip them (skip</a> lectures Search Results Princeton FML). Some are absurdly popular (Course</a> on children?s literature draws 450 - The Daily Princetonian). Some will take over your life (Nearly</a> half drop out of humanities sequence - The Daily Princetonian). Some are really f-ing difficult, but worthwhile (Integrated</a> Science pays off for graduates - The Daily Princetonian).</p>

<p>You didn't ask about it, but you can get a pretty good feel for what the social life is like by reading some of these: the</a> street Search Results Princeton FML. (The Street = Prospect Ave, where the 10 eating clubs are.)</p>

<p>Hope this helps.</p>

<p>thank you sooooo much</p>