Quality of Life

‘Quality of Life’ is a problematic performance

Student Life published an article last Wednesday and entitled “Quality of life echoes Princeton Review ranks, University admins say.” Accompanying it online was a video of student reactions to our school’s new ranking as the No. 4 university in the country in “Quality of Life.” I think the “reactions” in this video bring up two […]

| Managing Editor

Quality of life echoes Princeton Review ranks, University admins say

Washington University officials expressed satisfaction last week with the school’s high quality of life rankings in the Princeton Review this year, attributing the performance to student feedback and the hard work of administrators.

| Assignment Editor

Measuring a life

The Princeton Review recently ranked Washington University as fourth in a category entitled “Quality of Life.” Rice took first, followed by Bowdoin, and then Claremont McKenna. This ranking is based on students’ responses to questions about food, the campus, the local area, student interaction, friendliness and happiness. So basically, the Princeton Review aggregated all of […]

| Staff Columnist

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