I think the only things worth that amount of money should involve a.) a roof over your head or b.) HYS
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« on: February 13, 2007, 10:26:56 PM »
Tulane sent me the need-based scholarship application, but I have a significant amount of assets (about the price of a small luxury car) and expect my parents to contribute about a third of tuition. Should I even bother filling out this stupid form?
Anywhere in the top 14 and then UNC, IU-B and Missouri, Northwestern, all of the great journalism schools.
It's hard to break in to media law, you basically have to be way up there in your class and/or go to the right schools.
« on: February 01, 2007, 03:12:00 PM »
See, I would think itw ould be like fraternity rush if someone with a 180/4.0 applied to the entire top 15, and then watched as each school (house) tried to get them to join (come to school). Then 1L year is like pledgeship, exam week is hell week. Then you're in and get to male private part around and make money/connections/have sex with sorority girls for the next two years.
« on: January 29, 2007, 08:49:52 PM »
LSU 3/4 tuition scholarship, faculty merit scholar. A little high for my numbers, I was expecting about half-tuition. My soft factors probably played in to the $$.
I'm excited about the possibility of going home for Law School.