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Wow, this thread really died quick. Anyone else have any questions about McG, or does anyone who is going to be there this fall want to talk about the school??

Anyone?? ???

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: University of Colorado
« on: April 23, 2004, 11:53:20 AM »
I get the same email every month. Really pisses me off..... >:(


General Off-Topic Board / Re: Urinanalysis
« on: April 22, 2004, 08:54:48 AM »
Gattaca........great movie. We actually had a weeks worth of discussion on it in my Scientific ethics graduate class.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: University of Colorado
« on: April 21, 2004, 04:40:08 PM »
I am a in state, 3.2, 160 MS in sciences.
I knew I was bordserline, but I know they don't get a bunch of scientists, so I thought I would be a better candidate....oh well, I'm going elsewhere.

Cool. I will definetely look you up during orientation.

BD ;)

Thank you, BD
I would like to live in campus. I just worried if it would be noisy sometimes. Because some friends of mine told me it is very noisy to live in a dorm. And I just know from the housing office they will increase the rent this fall. So, a studio will cost 560 a month. Maybe we could meet this fall in McGeorge.   Take care.
On campus dorms at a LS that is not attached to the UG is VERY different than one like McGeorge, where only LS students will be living in and around those dorms. No doubt there is partying, but it is controlled, and from what I have heard it mostly rotates around 1L class drinking games. ;)
Also, be aware that 560 / month covers not only rent, but also hot water, basic utilities, and high speed internet access. 560 is not alot for this place (for instance, I'll be paying ~1000 / month for a two bedroom in a suburb of Sac....)
BTW - I assume you are female (SeaMAID) and some sort of international student (from some of the ways you use English in messages) that true (Just curious)? Either way, it would be great to meet this fall.


Choosing the Right Law School / University of Colorado
« on: April 21, 2004, 02:15:58 PM »
Just curious if anyone else if VERY frustrated with CU's lack of any decision making skills this year. Maybe they should lose thier accerdidation....

I'm going on 22 weeks.....i must suck ::)

Does anyone know something about on-campus housing? I received a letter from the housing office of McGeorge, and I was told to pay all the deposits before May 1st to remain in the priority waitlist of an on-campus apartment.
I do not know if it will be a quiet place to live and study in an on-campus apartment. How many days the day division students will have classes in a week? 

You do need to make that deposit if you plan on getting any on-campus housing. It seemed, when I went, that it would be a nice plase to live, and that it would help you immerse yourself more into the whole LS experience. I would do it if I were single, but am not.
also, day division 1L's have classes every weekday.


Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Whittier
« on: April 20, 2004, 03:55:16 PM »
GA -
I think I said this at XOXOHTH, but I am a 3.2, 160, MS, and they gave me full ride in the top 20%. I have withdrawn, so there is about 27K a years back in the pot for you...Good luck! :D

Also remember that you can get a certificate at McGeorge. ;D

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