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The LGBTQ Thread

Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #580 on: August 18, 2007, 10:11:05 AM »
I think most law schools have a very welcoming attitude toward gay applicants. In particular, I'm sure Georgetown, NYU, Columbia, really any other T14 will be very open minded.

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #581 on: August 18, 2007, 11:46:06 AM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #582 on: August 18, 2007, 11:49:09 AM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #583 on: August 18, 2007, 01:01:49 PM »
It's a fairly diverse (and ridiculously liberal) town

Can't give ya numbers though, just got here myself

Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #584 on: August 18, 2007, 01:25:37 PM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #585 on: August 18, 2007, 02:13:39 PM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

Only 6.7%?? Yikes!

I will apply to Cornell and U Penn, but I hope U Penn says yes.  I can't do 6.7%!! I need to see some color around me LOL.

Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #586 on: August 18, 2007, 02:19:24 PM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

Only 6.7%?? Yikes!

I will apply to Cornell and U Penn, but I hope U Penn says yes.  I can't do 6.7%!! I need to see some color around me LOL.

LOL! Well it is almost 14 percent Asian too :) I'd assume Cornell law is marginally more black, but I might be wrong about that. Penn obviously would have plenty of diversity, if not in the law school, then in the surrounding neighborhood. Look at NYU and Columbia too!

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #587 on: August 18, 2007, 02:51:51 PM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Fo' sho!  After all, NYU is my dream school. Let's see if they let me in LOL.

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

Only 6.7%?? Yikes!

I will apply to Cornell and U Penn, but I hope U Penn says yes.  I can't do 6.7%!! I need to see some color around me LOL.

LOL! Well it is almost 14 percent Asian too :) I'd assume Cornell law is marginally more black, but I might be wrong about that. Penn obviously would have plenty of diversity, if not in the law school, then in the surrounding neighborhood. Look at NYU and Columbia too!

I will. NYU is my dream school. If I get accepted I get to live close to Lincoln Center.  O gioia!

Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #588 on: August 23, 2007, 12:14:33 AM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Fo' sho!  After all, NYU is my dream school. Let's see if they let me in LOL.

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

Only 6.7%?? Yikes!

I will apply to Cornell and U Penn, but I hope U Penn says yes.  I can't do 6.7%!! I need to see some color around me LOL.

LOL! Well it is almost 14 percent Asian too :) I'd assume Cornell law is marginally more black, but I might be wrong about that. Penn obviously would have plenty of diversity, if not in the law school, then in the surrounding neighborhood. Look at NYU and Columbia too!

I will. NYU is my dream school. If I get accepted I get to live close to Lincoln Center.  O gioia!

what are your stats? hopefully you'll get in!

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Re: The LGBTQ Thread
« Reply #589 on: August 23, 2007, 09:02:28 AM »
Cornell seems to like the homos  ;)

LOL :). I don't know about Cornell though. How many black ppl live in Ithaca? (I think I need to research that...)

Fo' sho!  After all, NYU is my dream school. Let's see if they let me in LOL.

Well according to census 2000, Ithaca is 6.7 percent black, which is actually more than I would have thought, though obviously not stellar. In terms of gay acceptance at T14s, Cornell is one of 2 T14s who's application specifically asked if you're GLBT (Penn was the other). I'm assuming that they'll view it positively!

Only 6.7%?? Yikes!

I will apply to Cornell and U Penn, but I hope U Penn says yes.  I can't do 6.7%!! I need to see some color around me LOL.

LOL! Well it is almost 14 percent Asian too :) I'd assume Cornell law is marginally more black, but I might be wrong about that. Penn obviously would have plenty of diversity, if not in the law school, then in the surrounding neighborhood. Look at NYU and Columbia too!

I will. NYU is my dream school. If I get accepted I get to live close to Lincoln Center.  O gioia!

what are your stats? hopefully you'll get in!

I won't take the LSAT until next June (or September). But I thought I'd try do some early groundwork. I love these message boards!