« on: July 24, 2005, 11:11:21 AM »
Hi, Ben! Welcome to the thread! Do you know which section you're in? I look forward to meeting you at dinner.
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« on: July 23, 2005, 07:38:57 AM »
I stuck a poll up in the Widener U thread about dinner plans (http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/students/index.php/topic,2357.0.html), so that we can get a headcount and an idea of which night is better for folks. I'm confining it to the weekend before orientation, since out-of-towners should have a chance to get here if they're living on-campus.
Provided nobody's taken care of this already on their own, please vote away and I'll make a reservation based on the results.
I think this is *probably* going to end up being Saturday, what with Friday being move-in and Sunday being the last night for us to spend with our families and non-ls friends, but this way we can get a headcount and make a reservation.
Right now, it seems like the presumptive restaurant of choice is the Melting Pot (fondue), but if someone has another suggestion or fondue poses some sort of problem (it's not all cheese, in case you have cheese issues!), vote your alternative in the comments.
« on: July 21, 2005, 08:13:24 PM »
Whew, just making sure that some book list or other important document hadn't missed me! I don't know how much less it would be online, especially since I don't want used, but every little bit helps. (Then again, I have a credit on my account, and based on experience I'm thinking it may be easier to see if it can be applied towards books than to try to get it back.)
« on: July 21, 2005, 07:21:37 PM »
g, did you go into the bookstore and check, or is your info from another source? It seems like the bookstore's web site hasn't updated yet for Fall 05 -- usually I just put my courses through to see what the list is (and then order from somewhere cheaper, although I have a feeling they intentionally don't change the site to circumvent this).
« on: July 13, 2005, 12:25:51 PM »
Originally from Boston, I now live a little bit outside of Kennett Square, PA. It's about a 30 minute commute.
I'm completely flexible in terms of dates for dinner(s) -- for the Melting Pot, we definitely want to get a headcount and make a reservation relatively soon, because they tend to book up way in advance, especially on weekends.
« on: July 12, 2005, 10:45:52 AM »
from what i hear Johnson and Nivala are very good and have ended up being some of people's favortie profs. Don't know much about Culhane other than my wife said his bar review lecture was a real snoozer, but he is part of the health law program.
Thanks for the info! I had heard really good things about Johnson as well, but I don't know anyone who'd had Nivala.
We all need to hook up at the picnic (refer to your orientation schedule ).
Twarga, I think you mentioned the possibility over on the students board a while ago, and I was wondering if there might still be interest in a dinner for Delaware campus LSDers somewhere during the weekend before orientation. There's certainly enough restaurant choice along Rt. 202, and it might be nice for us to know a few faces as we go through the first week.