Why not the G-Man? I heard that's the spot.
There are lots of great places - I just picked one. We can go to the G-Man on the 11th if you want.
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Great! Let's plan for August 3rd at 6:00 (is that a good time?). We could meet at the Rustic Tavern on Newville Rd. (I'm guessing most people aren't very familiar with the restaurants in the area, so I'll just pick one and hope everyone likes it
Ok, perhaps we could have multiple get-togethers (1 on the 3rd, 1 on the 11th). Some of the people who are already here are unfamiliar with the area and don't really know anyone. It may be nice for them if we do something a bit earlier to ease the boredom and loneliness. Plus it seemed like a decent number of people would be in town around the 1st.
« on: July 03, 2007, 01:42:57 PM »
Um, there's someone there who went to my school too (T80-something). That's why you shouldn't listen to people who say you'll never get a big law job if you're not at a T14 school...
I completed the mentor form - sounds like a good way to meet people. After reading through the IIT info, I'm left with the impression that the Dell Latitude is the only computer on which we can get the PSU discount. Is that how everyone else read it? It sounds like a good deal, but I don't really want a Dell (I wasn't particularly impressed with the Dell laptop I had in undergrad). Anyone have opinions/advice? Is the PSU IT support really that helpful/convenient/worth it?
Someone in the chat (michaelb, I believe?) was asking about salary statistics, and I couldn't remember which web site had that info. I think it's US News, but since I can't find my US News name and password, I copied this from another thread on here:
Starting Salaries (2005 Graduates Employed Full-time)
Private sector (25th-75th percentile): $46,500 - $100,000
Median in the private sector: $61,250
Percent in the private sector who reported salary information: 56%
Median in public service: $40,000
Since it's from an LSD post, I don't know what the original source was. Anyway, if michaelb happens to be hanging around here...there you go.