Anyone else hear from UF?
For those admitted and attending, where are you thinking about living?? I'm just starting to look into my options since it looks like I'll be a gator for another 3 years (providing I get denied from UNC and William and Mary...with a 157, very likely) Also, whos attending the ASW in April? And are you bringing a guest?
So you decided not to retake the LSAT and reapply next year, huh? I'm going to be living in a house near the law school or in an apartment in midtown (most likely). Where are you looking?
Yeah...in the end, I just don't think I can wait a year and go through this whole process again. It's rough and annoying. I think I'll still have great opportunities at UF, and its close to home. Maybe I'll wonder if I could have gotten in somewhere else. But I don't think I'll really regret FL and the low costs, gator football, wide curriculum, FL prestige, close proximity to home, and all the other great things about the school...
I just started looking into my housing options. All of my friends staying in town have already either signed a lease, or I don't especially want to live with them. So right now I'm looking for people that are looking for roommates (through the UF roommate message board). It will be strange, I've never lived with people I don't know. I'm looking at houses around law school/midtown for the most part.
There's an area in Gainesville named Midtown? I have lived here for a total of 6.5 years and have never known such a place.
Seriously? There's really only Midtown and Downtown. Midtown is the area right across from campus on University with all the bars.
Oh you mean the Student Ghetto. Nice how they try to change the name
Its still called the student ghetto, I guess. He just meant, by the midtown bars. College Park area.
Yeah, and older people that went to UF consider anything west of 13th not to be the student ghetto. I lived in Gville 2001-2005, and we used to call those bars "the bars on University" so we'd say we're going out on University--not "in Midtown", as the young uns seem to call the area nowadays.