Also missing from the restaurant list: Piccolo Mondo, a pretty good, cheap italian place across the street from SB.
For all the current students: Do I need to bring my car? Are there any gocery stores within walking/bus distance?
Out of curiosity, does anyone know if the LRW curve is different than the curve we have for our normal 1L classes? We may have discussed this before, but I don't remember.
This thread is of considerable interest to me:
I'm originally from Illinois, and love Chicago. However, I've never spent much time outside of The Loop/Lincoln Park/Michigan Ave. My fiancée will be moving with me, and I am particularly concerned with her safety, as I anticipate that she will be home alone fairly often.
How does the Northwestern campus area compare?
What neighborhoods in particular must be avoided when considering apartments/homes/etc.? Is anything south of 60th pretty bad? How about the area just north of Washington Park between MLK and S Cottage Grove? Is it generally better as you get closer to the lake?
If these latest shootings weren't near the campus I would think these shootings certainly satisfy the close criteria.
Dear god I am in so much pain.
Softball or brief related?
If I'm not mistaken, this is what students and employers are told:
179+ = Top 19%
180.5+ = Top 3.8%
182+ = Top 0.4%
Do you know if this is true after 1L, or is this for graduation grades? (Intuition would lead me towards the latter.) If the latter, we don't know of any more accurate counts?
It says its at graduation. And no, I don't know of any more accurate count for 1Ls, but one may exist.QuoteAlso, posting grades one at a time is cruel. I'm curious whether Masur and Etienne failed me or not.
If they're not up yet, I imagine they won't be going up today.
I believe that it has been said by MTG on xoxo previously that after 1L top 10% is 179.5, but I'm not 100% sure if this is correct.
Also... MTG, can you give us your scoop on Levmore again? I know you've talked about it previously, but I leave that class more and more confused every day. I thought you had said previously that at the end of the day he only wants us to know the black letter law and be conversant in his "themes."
We spent the entire class period on Thursday going over some policy idea he has that has never been enacted, will never be enacted and he admits has lots of problems - I can't imagine this is going to be on the test, yeah?
Really? Levmore's class is my favorite class right now, and it isn't really very close. A lot of other people seem to share your opinion (re: confusing) though, as shown by the people called on in class.
Don't misunderstand me - Levmore's class is the best class we've had this year, at least in terms of entertainment value and I do think that we are learning something from his "themes", but I'm just not 100% sure how this applies on the exam and what we "really" need to know.
Themes are the entire exam. Black letter is out. Take a look at his old ones.
Chances are that the crazy policy hypo is an old exam question.
Interesting - should we try to apply the themes to Gersen's portion of the class as well? I feel like there's some overlap there but that Gersen wasn't as explicit about it as Levmore is.