So I guess you know what you're talking about with Loyola. How come half of the Louisiana Supreme court went to Loyola? Are they Tulane wannabes?
Are you even from New Orleans? Have you even been there?
I think that's a huge misimpression about Loyola. It's very respected in and around New Orleans and Louisiana as a whole. The median starting salary for Loyola is in the mid-70s. And over 90 percent of Loyola grads are employed AT graduation. However, it's the USNWR rankings that give it a bad rep to people like yourself who just look at a number.
Tulane is a very good school, but by your thinking, then if someone attends say Florida State instead of Florida, then they're just Florida wannabes?
Or if someone goes to Hofstra instead of NYU, then they're just NYU wannabes.
The fact of the matter is that most of the kids that go to Loyola New Orleans are from New Orleans and Louisiana, and most of the kids that go from Tulane are from up north. So by your logic everyone that goes to Loyola are just Yankee wanabees.
Actually i should probobaly apologize for that last comment. I have a buddy who goes to loyola-NOLA and he posts here sometimes. I was hoping he'd see it. Anyway, I definitely give oyu credit for sticking up for Loyola.
Your point is valid. Loyola students and tulane students pretty much desire separate end results from their law schooling. However, while loyola students are on the whole not tulane "wannabees", the difference between the two schools is much greater than the florida-florida state schism. Loyola does well in new orleans and louisiana, for sure.
And yes im from new orleans (harvey actually)
I assume you go to loyola...are you guys on the crazy 6 day a week class schedule like tulane too?