Just to reiterate what a couple people have already alluded to: the BC Law running club is very, very sweet. It is probably the most well-run student organization I've ever encountered. Not only are there multiple group runs/workouts scheduled every day, but it also provides access to about 1 race per month (weather permitting), in some pretty cool places like Cape Cod, Maine, etc.For example, in October, we took a trip up to Stowe, VT for a training weekend. Some people just went up to booze/soak up the mountain air, but some of the more dedicated took a 20 mile bike ride up to Smuggler's Notch, followed it with a 5k run over the river and through the woods (literally), then everyone capped the day off with hike.Likewise, we entered 4 relay teams in the Cape Cod Marathon in November, which was also a lot of fun. The president of the club is really knowledgable about all things running/working out (he's a mutliple Ironman finisher), and the personal gains made by people in the club reflect it. Some girl went from not having run more then 5 miles to running a half-marathon at a 9 min pace or something. Overall, probably the best people I've encountered at BC Law are in the running club, so I definitely suggest signing up
bump ... not that we really have to, but because we've been a little silent around here, and I'm pretty bored ... writing a paper that was due last tuesday. I think this is the first time I have ever turned a paper in late but frankly with one week of school left I just don't care about UG anymore ... I want to start law school!Anyways, on the blog front I think we should jump on tat domain name. This link that one of you guys posted a few weeks ago ( http://blawgcoop.com/ ) makes it sound pretty easy and inexpensive. Maybe we should get a little email list going to talk about this thing.And in other news, what is everyone doing about housing? Is anyone planning on going to the grad housing day/ incoming 1L coffee thing? I'm thinking about driving in for a few days in June to check things out but I'm getting conflicting reports about the usefulness of the housing fair. And it seems like an awful lot of pressure to have a single day to both meet people to live with and find adequate housing. Thoughts?Also, has anyone received confirmation that their deposit was received? My internet baking thing is acting up and I don't feel like spending half an hour on hold with HSBC just to check to see if my check has been cashed. Also, I want my BC email!OK, that is all for now. Peace.