College Discussion Thread.

Sep 16, 2008 @ 16:45
lulz. i think just about anywhere in the southwest is easy to get into
Sep 16, 2008 @ 17:46
i mean some are easier than others. usc, is easy if you have $$$. ucla, not so much. I don't know of any arizona schools that are incredibly hard to get into.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:05
Any info on University of san Fransisco??? i really want to transfer there......
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:12
Im in at a no name school in Illinois now but Im goin to CState in Long Beach next semester.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:16
Currently looking at NYU and University of Chicago..

riceispro- more info on your experience at NYU?


meh, i wish i had waited for my chicago waitlist decision
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:29
You regret it that much, riceispro? lol


Are you the socializing, party type? I'd imagine it'd be kind of hard at NYU if you weren't. Plus, you always need money to go anywhere.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:31
You regret it that much, riceispro? lol


Are you the socializing, party type? I'd imagine it'd be kind of hard at NYU if you weren't.


Plus, you always need money to go anywhere. That'll suck if I get in.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:41
A lot of dudes at my school scoff at William and Mary.


Why's that? And fuck, that's a ridic GPA.


It's for nerdz and Williamsburg is a historical blunder of a place.


Yeah, it kind of is for nerds, but hey, so are the people that go to Harvard and Princeton or any of the Ivies (WM is one of the 8 original public Ivies). It's not that big of a party town, but you can find a couple nice ones if you know where to look. Trust me, if you were in the top 10% of your senior class, you'll just be among all the others in the nation that were in the top 10%. It's a nice small school so it's kind of quaint, never having to worry about a higher standard of living (like NYU or Chicago), plus I'm a fan for local mom'n'pop shops/restaurants (it's more authentic and you feel like you're part of the town). I admit, there aren't a lot of hot chicks here like you see at ASU, but at least you can have a conversation with them and shit. Fuck the old-school shit - I'ma try to marry a chick that makes more money than me (assuming I make a lot of money as well). I've met a couple kinky bitches that knew how to calculate the earth's rotational velocity on its tilted axis, with respect to black holes. blushing
Sep 16, 2008 @ 18:46
With nerds come hardly any party scene.


Do they fuck each other over, too? Like give out fake notes and shit? Cutthroat business?
Sep 16, 2008 @ 22:12
You regret it that much, riceispro? lol


Are you the socializing, party type? I'd imagine it'd be kind of hard at NYU if you weren't.


Plus, you always need money to go anywhere. That'll suck if I get in.


lol, i dont regret it that much, but its always fun to dwell in self-doubt.
i'm also a california kid and thats where my hearts at, so thinking about how i coulda went to a UC is on my mind a lot, especially when its like 105 with 80% humidity or like snowing and 5 below.

i like socializing and partying, etc, i just dont have time for it right now with law school shit.

and yeah, everything is fucking expensive.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 22:36
meh, i wish i had waited for my chicago waitlist decision


lol why? Chicago is a bummer of a school. I mean you seem to be on that pre-law grind, but I also think that big law seems like a total bummer. I'm also biased as a California college student with a million friends from New York. I think New York is like the pinnacle of existence, etc.

I'm at Occidental College. Small college can feel claustrophobic, especially since my high school was way bigger, but now that I'm a senior I love this shit. Small classes, seminars, the beach 20 minutes away, and perfect weather every day are some perks. College is what you make of it wherever you're at. I go hard on the weekends, and in my senior seminar.

I do, however, recommend placing career opportunities as a key admission criteria. My school ranks high in PhD production, but a lot of people aren't hooked up with a job after graduation. I'm just saying this because I'm a senior and totally shook, but at the same time, you can get hooked up coming out of some schools.
Sep 16, 2008 @ 22:38
Alright so college discussion thread. Here's my story.

1. women: I'm fucking around with a few.
One is a sneakerhead which I'm putting on heels.
another is a chick in heels which I'm putting on my dick.
Some

2. Grades are decent. I'm at a 3.4 but I'm trying for a 4.0 this semester, on 14 credits.

3. Resume for this fall:
Hispanic Student Union: Press and Publicity Chair soon.
Progressive Black Men: because I'm a caramel hispanic, I get away with it :D
2 Honor Societies
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization

4. No parties yet this year. My grades fell off my first year because of that.
Plus financial aid hasn't came in so I'm broke as FUCKKKKK LOLL. I can't party if I can barely pay for food, even if it's free. Just a value I hold to so I don't wind up like people i know...

5. Jobs: I cut hair for as a side thing.. About 2/1 customers a day means i make $5 $10 bucks for eating out, partying, or just breaking even at the end of the day.

THE END
Sep 16, 2008 @ 23:21
what school?
Sep 16, 2008 @ 23:40
William and Mary, loved of old
Hark upon the gale


College of William & Mary, got in with a 3.96 GPA (out of 4.00), class of 2012. Doing physics homework right now - it's a bitch.


One of my best friends runs on the cross country and track team there.
Sep 17, 2008 @ 00:04
I've given the clap to atleast.....8....maybe 9 girls


you know what "the clap" means right bro?
Sep 17, 2008 @ 00:41
^lol!!
Sep 17, 2008 @ 00:53
i mean all the cools have the "clap"
Sep 17, 2008 @ 00:58
lol why? Chicago is a bummer of a school. I mean you seem to be on that pre-law grind, but I also think that big law seems like a total bummer. I'm also biased as a California college student with a million friends from New York. I think New York is like the pinnacle of existence, etc.

I'm at Occidental College. Small college can feel claustrophobic, especially since my high school was way bigger, but now that I'm a senior I love this shit. Small classes, seminars, the beach 20 minutes away, and perfect weather every day are some perks. College is what you make of it wherever you're at. I go hard on the weekends, and in my senior seminar.

I do, however, recommend placing career opportunities as a key admission criteria. My school ranks high in PhD production, but a lot of people aren't hooked up with a job after graduation. I'm just saying this because I'm a senior and totally shook, but at the same time, you can get hooked up coming out of some schools.


haha well, iono ive never been to chicago so im hype about going there.

yeah i hear its like nerdy and antisocial, but iono, maybe ill go to northwestern law instead haha

im from sf and im just used to shit moving slow and whatever, i still dont really have a new york state of mind if you will.
Sep 17, 2008 @ 00:58
With nerds come hardly any party scene.


Do they fuck each other over, too? Like give out fake notes and shit? Cutthroat business?

It's competitive but they don't hand out fake notes, lol. It's more of a quid pro quo ish; you help me with math, I'll help you with english. Everybody wants to succeed.

One of my best friends runs on the cross country and track team there.


Really? What's his name? WM has one of the best cross-country team in the nation (#15 in the nation). I really want to go to one of the meets.
Sep 17, 2008 @ 02:31
Suny Buffalo.
/fail
Sep 17, 2008 @ 03:49
chicooooo
Sep 17, 2008 @ 13:54
im gonna fuck with suny maritime or maine maritime college if i do go and do some rotc during it come out an officer in the coast gaurd and fly helichoppas 4ever1111
Sep 17, 2008 @ 17:47
UC's in california is around the $12000 range for out of state

babyshoes is loaded, isnt usc like $30000-$40000 a year?tongueface


USC try around 50k a year- out of state
Sep 17, 2008 @ 17:49
miami
indiana
ithica
nyu


fuck it lol im happy
Sep 17, 2008 @ 18:13
usc Try Around 50k A Year- Out Of State


Nah Def Not 50...the Highest University Is Gw..48k
Sep 17, 2008 @ 18:20
^^I think that's just for tuition. You have to add in room & board + tuition. Attending a school can easily top $60K.
Sep 17, 2008 @ 18:29
Nah Def Not 50...the Highest University Is Gw..48k


GW also offers alot of aid.
Sep 17, 2008 @ 18:34
anyone here go to St. John's ??

@KOEsher INSTAGRAM & TWITTER

Sep 17, 2008 @ 18:38
Gonna check out

University of San Diego
Loyola Marymount
College of Charleston
University of Denver
Chapman
Miami
FSU

(live in FL)
Sep 17, 2008 @ 20:57
Hey-O, D.C. is in the building, you know i'm reppin that 20052 the George Washington University son. What's good with you all, i'm currently an undergrad, freshmen, no major. It's bonkers out here the classes are cool, the bitches are fine and it's just an overall better school than all of yours, lol. Nah but seriously it's a really prestigious school, and I'm not nescessarily bragging about this but we currently have the highest tuition in the country at $52000 a year. Don't worry however because financial aid and scholarships should cover most of it it you're a good student. The parties out here are cool too, the girls are not only easy but they're fine as well, and for those of you who skate the scene is great out here. I really couldn't have asked for a better college experience and I've only been here 3 weeks.blushing
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