« on: April 20, 2007, 04:43:44 PM »
Would someone please inform me as to what these note taking programs do? Is there some benefit to using them instead of typing notes in Word?
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I'm not going to get into the whole US Soldiers argument (I don't support the war, but I support the troops, except the few who give US Soldiers a bad name of course - Abu Ghraib, etc) but you know what scares me?
The fact that there were so many warning signs from Cho Seung-Hui that he was unstable and capable of doing something like this and the school administration did NOTHING (except a few teachers who complained to deaf ears).
Law School Applications / Re: Are any law schools still accepting applications? Who has spring admissions« on: April 20, 2007, 03:59:26 PM »
I assume Cooley is still accepting applications, since I still get about 5 mailings a week from them asking me to apply. Plus, if you were rejected, you'd be the first.
She would not!
« on: April 17, 2007, 01:26:36 PM »
Waitlisted at Wisconsin
Guys - If you are interested in UW, you should definitely contact the Assistant Dean of Admissions Mike Hall ASAP. If possible schedule a visit and arrange a meeting with him. Tell him how you would definitely attend should you get off the waitlist. If you can't visit the school, try to arrange for a phone meeting. He's a little odd, but very nice and truly cares about the students...I've heard from current 1L's that schmoozing him up really helps (in terms of admissions, scholarships, etc). PM me if you have any other questions. Good luck and I hope to see you in the fall!
Write a diversity statement and try to illustrate to the committee what about your economic background makes you a unique competitor amongst other applicants. Talk about what you had to overcome, how it made you stronger. The strength of your writing/story should give them a sense of how legitimate your claim is.
Well I was what you would consider "economically disadvanted" growing up but I make good money now... Just because I make a good living now does not change the fact that I was poor when I was younger
Anyone have any experience with these? My top choice says the participate in a "minority career fair" each year, and I must admit, I am curious but not sure how I feel about it. I can put my finger on it exactly, but something about the idea of a minority career fair bothers me.
« on: April 12, 2007, 05:59:42 PM »
Present (married): Software Engineer
Previous: Lazy a$$hole who worked at his dad's golf course and extorted $$
Prior (and longest): High school student who is now a bartender
« on: April 12, 2007, 12:40:24 PM »
I would like to say that weather like this is highly unusual for April. Usually its 50's - 60's. It does rain a lot though.