« on: March 25, 2005, 08:45:17 AM »
Well DC is great.. especially when studying Law obviously.. I was actually trying to explain DC to my boyfriend last night cause he's never been there either.. its definately not Miami and not New York (never been to Chicago.. so i dunno bout that).. but its a small world of everythign.. tons of museums, tons of arts, tons of cultural things to do.. and most are free.. so thats nice as a poor college kid.. when Spring rolls around its BEAUTIFUL.. you can pack up a blanket and go study in the Mall.. or go fly a kite or do something lame and silly just to celebrate that the yucky cold weather is gone.. the bar club scence is varied.. and Adams Morgan is an aweosme area.. yeah, i like it
I have hesitations about American because its so out of the way from all this.. yeah you can take the metro downtown.. but thats a pain, and for somebody as lazy as me, I prefer to live in an area where its happening.. American might as well be suburban Maryland.. actually their graduate/law dorms ARE in Bethesda, Maryland.. i cant stand suburbia.. and thats why i'm leaning towards Brooklyn.. or Miami... now if I got into GW by some struck of luck, then DC is it.. their campus is downtown and in the midst of it all..
Good luck! You going to Brooklyn's Open House on Monday? I'm excited to go check it out..