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St. Johns College - Illinois Reviews
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The school security is awesome! One night, I was wandering around and couldn't sleep and really wanted some orange juice or something and a security guard let me in the dining hall after hours to use the drink fountain machine for some minute maid! The student body also has developed an awesome relationship with the security team. The head of security is extremely personable and adequately protective. The security guards are also extremely aware that the students do marijuana and drink illegally often; this does not become an issue unless they are being overt about and/or causing any disturbances.
Despite substandard facilities, many students are pretty enthusiastic about sports. There are no varsity athletics, only intramurals and a few clubs. Intramural teams play a variety of sports throughout the year, such as soccer, basketball, and ultimate frisbee. There is an all-female intramural program as well, called Kunai. Club sports include fencing, crew, sailing, and croquet. The biggest sporting event of the year is the annual croquet match with the Naval Academy.
First of all, I am biased. I worked for ARAMARK catering one summer and grew to really love the dining staff. They are extremely personable and caring. People can eat as MUCH as they want, truly, and the food is relatively good. My only complaint is that it really lacks in variability. But you can really tell that the head of ARAMARK takes pride in communicating with the students about what they eat. He makes an effort to try to get a local food here and there (usually some sort of fruit) and there is always a vegan/vegetarian option. He even has a facebook so students can give their comments. Further, the staff will let you stay as long as you want in the dining hall usually, as long as not too many people are there still. And it is not uncommon that you can easily sneak in after the dining hall is technically closed for the evening. They look out for you :)