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« on: April 10, 2007, 03:57:33 PM »
I voted for UChicago because at least their color reminds me of pirates. If they win, they can all scream: Marooned!
And USC used to be the Fighting Methodists a long time ago, until they shed their religious affiliation. When they happened, they started looking for a good team name. After USC lost a track meet around the same time, a writer for the LA Times said that even though USC was facing a losing battle, "They fought on like trojans." That is the origin of USC as the Trojans, and the cheer/greeting "Fight on!"
« on: April 09, 2007, 11:40:57 PM »
If you don't recognize me from the self-tar, I'm sure I'll be chatting with Hank and Bosco anyway! Oh, and I'll be wearing black and white Pumas I'm sure, I pretty much live in them. Although if you find me by my shoes that would be kind of weird...
And I'm sure your shoes are lovely!
Well, I mean, I do owe you a drink for your birthday. Does a free glass of wine at the wine mess count? Probably not...
Haha, I was about to type "body shot," but I think that would be over the top even for me.
I think Hank's going to law school just to figure out how to legally organize his own personal harem.
« on: April 09, 2007, 11:11:29 PM »
Denim vest on a man: extremely uncommon (post-80s).
Denim vest on a woman: not as uncommon.
I haven't seen a denim vest on anybody in years...
Have you visited Jersey recently?
They're out there...
that sounds scary. it's like the style channel's version of the x-files.
« on: April 09, 2007, 10:51:11 PM »
not gonna self-tar, but I'll be wearing a denim vest, so come say hi if you see me.
« on: April 08, 2007, 04:08:01 PM »
Anyone hear from their student host yet?
nope. did you?
« on: April 08, 2007, 12:50:52 AM »
i would think northeastern would offer you the best opportunity.
when i went to visit there i rememer one of the deans talking about how they have their co-op programs all over the country and they are def not limited to Boston. so i would look on their site and see whether there are a lot of co-op opportunities in the DC area. Since you do a lot of co-op experience it could help you make contacts in the area.
« on: April 07, 2007, 03:55:16 PM »
MTG, is it terrible that I'm missing Thursday's opening events? I wanted to come then--but this was short notice and my manager started trippin. I'm hopeful that the admits will not have already splited up into new friend circles and leave me out
MCB, I'm in the same boat as you. I couldn't get a flight that would allow me to go to Thursday night festivities. I'll hang out with you
« on: April 07, 2007, 02:13:20 PM »
lots of sweater vests
« on: April 07, 2007, 02:10:54 PM »
I just sent out the admitted student weekend hosting assignment e-mail to the current students. Hopefully you prospectives will be hearing from them sometime this weekend. Another e-mail will go out Monday to the prospectives with contact info for the hosts (just to make sure that hosts and admits get in touch with each other).
So, for the dinners with current students, how does it work? Is there a pre-determined restaurant (or list of restaurants) that hosts/prospectives choose from or is the entire city game? I want to know mainly because I'm curious the host to prospective ratio in a more relaxed location before the brewery fun starts.
« on: April 07, 2007, 03:35:51 AM »
I think people are taking this the wrong way, its not them telling you that they expect law school to be a priority or anything, its simply giving you the opportunity to look through a case so that a professor can do a mock law class with you in order to give you an idea of what its like.
I think the misunderstanding stems from the fact that the reading was distributed a week in advance. Feels like an assignment or something. I know that sounds ridiculous, but just saying, y'know?
I really don't get where you guys are coming from. There's a mock class; if you don't want to do the work, don't do it. If they would have given you a 10-page case in your registration folder, you would have been more pissed off, right?
If Chicago pulled a Penn and wanted you to read 40 pages worth of stuff, then I'd expect the pissing and moaning, but I don't understand what's to female dog about here.
Whoa...back off. I hadn't received any other reading assignments for ASWs. I didn't know it was common. I still don't like it because it makes me feel put upon, but I'm not going to continue to explain myself. I think I explained my point of view well enough upthread and belaboring this arguement seems pretty useless. If anyone wants a better explanation, let me know.
I merely started this discussion to see if anyone else felt the same way I did about getting assigned reading for an ASW. I see I'm pretty much alone. No biggie. I look forward to meeting everyone next weekend (no...I really do, heh).
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