"[Since] being in Ithaca, you're kind of in the middle of nowhere," there are plenty of reasons to focus on your studies, but "Cornell as an administration keeps the faculty, research, and access to the most recent information so up-todate that this campus is as connected as any place in the world." Between balancing those amazing resources and the community feel, the Cornell bigwigs get a lot of applause, as they have "proven time and time again that they care, both on an individual and system-wide level." Great internships, a strong alumni network, and "boundless opportunities after graduation" round out the "definition of amazing" that is Cornell University. "I was intimidated to go here, but now I will say that I cannot imagine going anywhere else," says a junior.
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