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2 College Sophomore

Weather: It can get pretty cold with the wind, NE weather you will find is good and bad.

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1 Recent Alumnus

Weather: I HATE the weather here! It's super hot and humid in the summer, which I'm ok with. But...well here's the breakdown:

Early November-March or April - Life beyond the Wall (winter). It's freezing, it's windy, the sun hates you and for the brief hours it's up, it's hiding behind clouds. It's not snowing. No no. It's raining, or just windy. People are like "That's just New England lol!!1!" Well I hate it, there's no excuse.

April - Kinda cool. It's raining a lot. BAM freezing cold. Ok it's good again.

A random two weeks in May/June - It's super nice out! It's like perfect weather!

June-September - Really, really hot and humid. Probably a hurricane that everyone will panic about and cause no significant damage except for someone's car getting crushed by a tree. Hey, did you not hear about the hurricane? Why'd you park under a tree?

A random two weeks in September - It's super nice out! It's like perfect weather!

September-November - Sweater weather. Rain. Random cold days to give you a taste of things to come, but you cannot fully brace yourself for the misery of winter.

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2 College Sophomore

Weather: There are some really good days and really bad days; typical New England weather. The Dark Ages (November-March) are really rough since it gets dark so early.

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3 Recent Alumnus

Weather: Hot/Humid in Summer, Cold in Winter – Way too humid in summer for someone from California used to dry heat, or to those used to A/C to cool them down - no A/C in the dorm building. Fall and spring are very enjoyable, but lots of pollen cause alergies to go crazy. Winter is long, cold and often brings lots of snow. Since most instructors live close to campus, classes are hardly ever cancelled.


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