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New England / Re: NESL?
« on: August 04, 2005, 04:34:14 PM »
Thanks Tim!

By the way, which section are you guys in?
Well, there's only one section for evening part-time. :)

New England / Re: NESL?
« on: August 02, 2005, 02:50:46 PM »
 :D Just taking a break from packing. A few new faces!! welcome!!

Yes, I found the assignments and can't wait to read them! The thing is I'm still in Canada and looking forward to moving to Boston next Tuesday. Hope I would have enough time to read all that before the first class. Oh, have you guys done the first assignment for the legal research & writing class yet? I'm working on it, but to be honest with ya, it's quite hard for me since I have no legal background or any sorts in that matter. :P

By the way, I read Civil Action too, but I think also Buffalo Creek Disaster is a recommended book for daytime students. Just to let ya know. I'm not sure it's same for the evening part-time. I'm reading that one too anyway. Those books aren't too bad to read anyway. Wishing that coursebooks were as fun as those books, but I bet they won't be. 

Anyway, I wish good luck for every each one of you. 

New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 26, 2005, 03:40:33 PM »
 ;) ghsv81,

what do you do thesedays? i'm bored as hell. did you read any recommended books? like buffalo creek disaster(??) or any E&E's??  where are you from? already in boston?

well..too many questions at once..hehe.. i'm from canada and i'll be moving to boston in a couple of weeks. had a hard time to find a right place, and finally found one a few days ago.
by the way, i'm an evening part-time and looking for a F/T or P/T job in boston area. have no idea what the job markets are like in boston thesedays, but hopefully hearing from somewhere when i get to boston!!

i bet there are more NESL students here.. it seems like they only love to read..

New England / Re: NESL?
« on: July 23, 2005, 05:28:50 PM »
I just paid the tuition couple days ago. I will be attending evening classes. I was horrified by traffic and parking, but I think I'm going to like Boston pretty quick. People at the financial aid and admissions office were kind and attentive. Even people working (like a mailboy, security lady?) in the building (main building was under construction when I visited) were nice.

Can't wait to move to Boston!

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