I'm in E, too... excellent it is
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yes, and indeed they are... on lawweb, an excel spreadsheet toward the bottom of the page, from which you can determine your classes (they aren't yet "assigned," but you can tell from the course list...) happy hunting!
Thanks SliceServe. Better start revving my brain up if I want to start learning again in 2 weeks.
oooh, such joy you seem to get in saying that!
I will look forward to all the fun... are parking spots assigned, or does a blue pass basically mean you can park near the softball fields, and if they are full on any given day, you go to UHall?
I'm living way further away than any of you guys!
I just got down here, though, and am enjoying it so far.
I'm glad to hear that about parking, I was worried about that...as long as I'm able to park within walking distance, it's fine, I'm going to have a hike in anyway, what's another few minutes? I, too, was wondering what to do for the first few days, since there didn't seem to be great instructions anywhere.
It's funny how people are so much different. I'd love to be able to wake up early. I'm going to be buying a backup alarm clock just in case. At least I'll be able to walk to class!
walking to class would definitely be nice, I'm going to have a bit of a trek... but my regular schedule is getting up at 5:30 or 6, so I should have enough time to get to class, one would hope!
It would be so great if we could send along these preferences...sigh. I'm a super early riser, but am brain dead in the afternoons... and watch, I'll end up with all classes in the afternoon. Have to invest in some toothpicks to prop the eyelids open
« on: July 19, 2006, 12:04:40 PM »
I've traveled...some on my own (and I'm a chick), in peru, bolivia, costa rica, chile, argentina... I had to be extra careful in some places, but in general CR is very easy (and I've been 4 times I think, it's my favorite place in the world...so far). PM me if you have any specific questions about any locale, I'm happy to help a fellow traveler!