« on: April 17, 2005, 08:11:29 AM »
Sent mine in a few weeks ago
Hey if I am going to be stuck back in the classroom for anther three years. I want some good scenery.
I thought this at first too, but now I think it could be more of a detriment than anything else - I don't really need the distraction. Plus, I haven't been in any real co-ed environments since high school. That was 10 years ago! As an engineer at Penn State I sure didn't see any women in class. And as a professional engineer, I sure as hell don't see them at work, other than our office manager and accountant - both of whom are old enough to be my mother. I'm realy curious to see how I react to suddenly being in a co-ed environment for the first time in a decade.
I don't see men as a distraction. I just see them as a past time
Haha! You and I seem to think a lot alike. Frankly, I will welcome any distraction that comes in the form of a hot guy.
and Burgh: glad to have made you feel better about your superficial and shallow priorities. My thinking is that if I have to spend 3 years surrounded by the same people a lot, I better enjoy the scenery. After all, men are only good for their credit card and their eye-candy appeal, aren't they? Or did my mama teach me wrong? (I'm sure there are a few more things they're good for that the other ladies can help me with)
Why do guys always do this?
I must have had 5 or 6 male friends over the years that have punched walls or doors and broken their hands. And then several other who, when I go over to their house and ask about that hole in the wall, tell me it is the result of their punching.
None of these guys are violent people. And I guess it is preferrable to punching a person. But I just do not get it. Most of my friends are men but I still will never understand them.
Wiggins Law at Campbell U
The next time someone bad mouths Widener as an uncompetitive T4 school remind them about this:
for those of you considering Widener.
In my admissions packet it stated that classes start on August 20 (Sat.) which I thought was weird. When I called the admissions office to ask about scholarship money I also asked about Saturday classes and they said that full time day students can have a Saturday class, it just depends on your section (which you don't get to choose).