« on: October 05, 2006, 07:17:54 PM »
took the test like 2 years ago but swarthmore was AWSOME- i drove an hour cuz the testing site was that good
Nice to see some W&L '09 chatter on here, thought I'd join in. My story is that I applied on a (free app) whim and I got accepted last year, went to the admitted student weekend, fell in love with the profs and the program (but not the town), and then ended up deferring at almost the last minute due to undergrad burnout. I worked in Philadelphia as a lowly law clerk for a year, and now I'm ready to get back to academia. I am excited about the small classes and the tight student body, but of course I'm worried about going country-crazy since I've lived in or around a major metropolis for my entire life. It's just strange since I've basically put law school out of my mind for a while and now it's seems like it's right around the corner all of a sudden.
As far as housing goes, I'm also leaning toward getting in on a 2-4 bedroom law student house as close to campus as possible, so I'm frantically waiting for the admitted student message board to get rolling. Has anyone had any luck finding a place yet? Anyone need a housemate (my only reqs are no dogs and no smoking)? I haven't been to Lexington in over a year, but I plan on getting down there either in mid May or early June, I just hope all the good places won't be gone...
Can't wait to meet you all! I mean y'all.
i agree with you, but i think he left W&L because he brought it up as high as it can get and emory has the potential to go higher then W&L, people are going to disagree with me but what's the point of having an opinion if no one disagrees with you ?
where almost everyone is white and almost everyone is southern and conservative.