GMULAW, thanks for taking the time to give me your perspective.
Are there any current students at S.J. Quinney that have another viewpoint?
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Well, your comments certainly give ma pause. Falling reputation, unprepared and haughty students and lousy facilities don't make for a good place to learn. How would you characterize your experience at Mason in contrast?
Of course, I'd really like to hear from anyone in disagreement.
I was just accepted at Utah but I don't have an excess of information about the school. Outside the info on the school's website, what is there to know about the students, facilities, professors, etc.? I'm not looking so much for someone to make the case for me to attend the school as some general input by current students there. Thanks.
Does anyone have any perspective on the experience of non-LDS students at BYU Law? Do they make up a reasonable block within the school? Are admissions chances greater or less for those without church affiliation? Any special benefits or pitfalls for non-members while attending?
All this because it's really my top choice but I'd like to get an idea of the environment before committing.
Just a random post to ask if anyone had seen this before. I have a cat that can't stop eating Hawaiian bread. He's into flan as well (something a little easier for me to understand). Anybody have a cat into the same? Anybody have an animal with equally unusual eating habits?
I applied for family housing at Berkeley. The apartment in both sections (A & B) seem to be rather small and the new development seems spacious but pricey (above some of what can be found on market). Anybody have any experience will family housing at the school?
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