Isn't Wentworth Miller the hottie from Prison Break?
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Absolutely, but it also has to do with the fact that my bosses are giving me less substantive work. I have a suspicion they want to get to a point where they aren't relying on me anymore.
I just want to hear somethingfrom Seattle. They haven't updated my status checker since January 23rd!
What were your numbers (if you don't mind me asking)?
I'd go to Pitt. It's the school to go to if you want to stay in the area. This is your career, don't compromise the opportunities you want to allow yourself for something as fickle as "I'd like to get out and see the world." It's time to buckle down and wash out that collegiate idealism that plagues so many of this country's youth.
See, I don't think this is fickle at all. There is definitely something to living somewhere that makes you happy. And the fact is that just because the OP wants to return to Pitt now is not an indication that experiences elsewhere might not change his/her mind. Circumstances change, and ideas change. And besides, all the GOOD jobs (if you're not top 10%) are going to be had by networking anyway (yes, i know that's a sweeping generalization) so that if the OP doesnt go to Pitt but comes back for the summers to work and really networks, he might still find a great job. It might not be at the biggest firm in town, but who cares?
That said, I still think that you can combine the best of both worlds by taking advantage of a study abroad. I would do a semester or a year, and not a summer (summers are too important for getting work experience!). One of the schools I'm most interested in offers the option to get a dual degree doing two years at the home institution and then another two years in Spain. Something like that might be ideal.
I received my rejection letter from U.C. Hastings on March 15, 2007 that I already knew was coming because of the web tracker. The only thing was that they addressed the letter to Ms.
Darren B. Neilson. I am a male and do not take to kindly to being called a girl, no offence to girls. So Hastings dinged me twice, not only did they reject me they also called me a girl. I thought this was pretty funny. Anyone else have something funny like this happen to them?