Crossing through the Orange Curtain on the 5 is a pain during bad traffic, even for those of us used to LA traffic. Hollywood and Brentwood(!) are even farther away...USC is far closer to Chapman than UCLA.
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« on: November 19, 2005, 06:27:38 PM »
Did you have to take her innocence?
« on: November 19, 2005, 06:20:44 PM »
the location's a secret i'm afraid, but if you stick around you'll probably find out. suffice it to say, nowhere near the continental US.
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« on: November 18, 2005, 07:23:20 AM »
I dunno, foreign language thing sounds good to me. The law is kind of like a foreign language, I've heard, and I had a really tiny Latin class where the professor took us out to dinner all the time. If you had a prof in a small class, you should ask them to talk about it and how well they got to know you-sounds better than Professor Nobel having you for a few 500 person lectures and commenting about your grade.
As I elaborated, there were other kids there, and we had a social environment and lounge-but then again, they were all weird to some extent. I was by far one of the most normal, in the group that "could've stayed in HS."
Many were either forced there by their parents and did nothing but study for biochem all day so they could be a doctor at the age of 16, or they were completely socially inept due to bizarre brain chemistry. Regardless, the more "normal" of us had plenty of time to socialize, especially since the college schedule is so much lighter than HS.