My friend from Grand Valley uses a site, www.p2pspot.com
, to exchange textbooks on-campus for free. Have any of you heard of it, or used it? I'd rather use something like this verses the bookstore AND i hate shipping stuff...please let me know asap.
Just a quick question, but does anyone know if Northwestern offers any sort of roller/inline hockey? If not, anyone know about any oppurtunities in the Evanston area?
Thanks for any help!
i am an Ann Arbor, MIchigan native and I am going to Chicago for the first time to see HUM play at the Double Door on New Years. ..
can you please tell me some info about the area? Things or people to do? ;-)
especially about the Double Door.. strict on the IDs? is the club nice?
The Wildcats are on the road…
So root for them at Tommy Nevins!
T-Mobile & Blackberry are hosting a party for this weekend’s game!
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Saturday, November 15th
Tailgating starts at 10:00 a.m.
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I've applied Early Decision as a theatre major, and I don't want to be one of those people who shares their laundry list of qualifications, I do have some questions that I'm curious to get some opinoins on.
1. I'm a theatre major, yes, but I don't have a whole lot of credits. I've acted in two shows, assistant stage managed one and stage managed another and I'm stage managing another this year. I know that a lot of people have a lot more credits then that. The town I live in is pretty slim pickings on theatre oppurtunities, so it's not for lack of trying. Also, my high school has no drama program at all. Do you think this will hurt me? If so, how much?
2. That being said, is there anything specific that could really push me over the edge in terms of my application? I know that showing interest is very important, and I was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to seem interested while not seeming to be nagging the admissions people.
3. I've been looking into housing because I believe that getting way too invested in a school when admission isn't guarenteed is the way to go. I'm really interested in either CRC or Jones, but I also was curious about 'regular' dorms, as opposed to residential colleges. Any advice either way?
Basically, I just want some advice, and any you have would be really, really appreciated.
I'm almost certain I want to early decision to NU... I just have a few concerns I need to clear up before I sign the binding contract.
1. Is it difficult to double major in different schools? Could a WCAS student double major in Economics and Journalism?
2. How's the party scene? I know about the Greek life and the dorm parties, but is there clubbing in Chicago? Formals? Any kind of bizarre fun?
3. Are study abroad programs popular? Could you do 2 or 3?
4. A lot of upperclassmen move off-campus... does this upset the sense of community in the school? One of the things I really like about smaller liberal arts colleges is the close-knit student body and I'm not sure that NU has a similar atmosphere.
Thanks for any help. =]
I am moving out of state, my neighbors are taking my apartment, so I am working on finding a sublet or someone to do a new lease in theirs.
3 bedroom 1 bath, dishwasher, steps to laundry. garden apartment. Not a "basementy" feel, though. hardwood floors. Very private, few stairs. Pet friendly.
Will need to pass credit check. Rent is $925 for a 3 bedroom. Good access to buses and train, street parking. Near Howard and Ridge.
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I live in central Pennsylvania. I don't expect to get to watch the Cats play every week. I can live with that.
As a result, I'm stuck listening to the game online from WGN's website. You'd think that since NU is a Chicago school the broadcast would favor the Cats. I'm not asking them to make stuff up or to forget a legacy of bad football, but you'd think they wouldn't go out of their way to suck up to the other team.
I thought maybe it was just my "NU Football Sucks" hackles going up but my football maniac sweetie can hear the game from the other side of the room and he agrees with me that the color guys are being jerks.
My friend tells me me that the one of the broadcasters in an NU alum! The other is a former Bear. You'd think they'd give the Wildcats a little extra love. Nope.
This community has been dead for awhile. That's sad.
So, anyway, I am headed to Evanston for my, gulp, ten-year reunion. Kinda put off planning it for awhile and now I'm trying to figure out where I should stay.
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