Brown vs. Cornell
Got off the waitlist at Brown after being committed to Cornell A&S for a few months. I was more than happy with Cornell, but it seems like Brown may be the better decision now due to grade inflation, no core curriculum, and less job competition. On the other hand, Cornell seems to have a broader alumni network and I actually like its campus/location better. I know I'm probably splitting hairs here, but as someone looking to major in econ/math and going into finance (IB, S&T, consulting, quant?), which would be the better choice?