remember, Indiana is all f**cked up for time zones. we still do not change so for half the year you are on Eastern, the other half Central
sorry, this weekend - April 2nd - will be the first weekend Indiana will observer daylight savings time and change their clocks. I expect a whole bunch of articles in the Indy Star about how hard this time change is, how it messes everything up, how all these people have to reprogram their VCR's, yada, yada, yada.Downtown and the school area has really improved in the last ten years (used to be a dump). Bear in mind, that 10 min walk next January will really suck. You could also live out in the burbs - even from 30 miles out it won't take you that long to get to school. The North side has a lot of traffic, West side is increasing but not bad from like Plainfield, but if you have to go Rockville Road, it will be very crowded. Southside traffic is picking up but still not too bad. Eastside is dead for the most part, nothing too much out that way.West of the river isn't quite as nice, nor is south inside the loop. Northside is the trendy place, around the Broadripple area.Snag a locker as early as you can so you don't have to lug that 6+ pound Con Law book everywhere. Load up money on your Jag card, it's a lot easier than carrying cash.
Hey, does the school provide on campus housing for grad student?