Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Honestly, the school could use a bit more underrepresented minorities. There's an overwhelmingly homogenous way of thinking across campus and people's beliefs are not challenged often enough, in my opinion.
People want to be with others of same interest, and sadly most often than not, similarity of interest comes with similarity of race, sexual orientation, and/or background. Most students don't seem to acknowledge that both the majority and the minority can benefit from more diversity, but that's a whole different debate.
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There are a couple different ethnic groups--enough so the average student from a predominantly white background would think that they're exposed to "so much diversity"--but different races don't interact much, except when briefly talking during orientation.