Is there anything in particular worth doing in the immediate area? I'll be taking a redeye in from the west coast and I wont be up for a late night in NYC after the Rutgers Open House.
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If you want to end up in Seattle, Seattle U is the clear choice. THere are more lawyers practicing in Seattle from SU than from any other law school. Something similar can probably be said about L&C. I just moved out of Downtown, but its a great place to live. Belltown's nightlife is a lot of fun for sure, as is Pioneer Square's at the south end of Downtown. If you get a hotel in downtown, for the open house, SU, Belltown and Pioneer Square are all walking distance away....
I think I got the same e-mail yesterday, I was quite curious about the expedited decision upon request. Ominous as it sounds, I wouldn't read anything in to it other than your decision is probably coming soon.
« on: January 30, 2007, 12:11:04 PM »
I agree with Matokah's comments. I am a PT who lives in Chicago. I chose DePaul (starting in the fall) because of my experience with the school (got an MS from them), alumni network, and the health law program. You can ask as many people as you want which school is better and you'll get different answers every time. They all have great reputations in the city and relatively good programs. Visit the school and get a feel for it. You'll figure out easily after that which one you like the best.
What about living a decent walk from DePaul? I'm coming from living in Downton Seattle, so affordable might be a different scale, but I'm really curious about DePaul's surrounding area.
My personal favorite is when people from Boston, NYC, Washington D.C. or any number of other eastern seaboard cities complain about the rain in Seattle. WE GET LESS...per year Seattle averages 38"..DC 39"...Boston 42"....NYC 47"...the list goes on and on. Its overcast a lot, but it just doesn't rain here as much as everyone seems to believe.
I got it, and I got in last week. None of the schools I've been invited to events like that for started inviting me until after I was admitted (DePaul has also invited me to a similar event). Hate to get your hopes up, but I'd take it as a good sign.