i was looking at unh but i decided on uvm. uvm is sweeet
____________________'Well I guess this means we're our own tour guides. Alright, now everybody don't feed the animals, stay together, and no flash photography. And remember here at Bio-Dome we're dependent on balancing homos within the system.
As different as your parents will try to convince you, a diploma is just a piece of paper. If you present yourself with poise, dignity, and dont come off as a punk, you will get any job you are qualified for. College is not about the degree. After 3 years, I've learned college is about kissing major ass. My gpa is where its at because I treat professors with respect and they understand where I'm coming from as a student. You dont need college for most any job as training, 2 months watching over someones shoulder is enough for *MOST* jobs. But employers look for college graduates because they know they will be well rounded and responsible.
Just because you go to an ivy league school, doesnt mean you are smart. (certain presidents come to mind)
plymouth is the danks but its a little small but its super close to the mountains. i also hear UNH has a course where you go skiing once a weekend for a semester and you get credits for it, they told me when i visited there.
kiesel, ur just being a whiny bitch cause ur roomate was a fuckin creepo, and you had no fun.
college is what you make it bro. what you put in is what you get it, be it grades, friends, and a good time.
weezerskier: i dont smoke but the kids who do are really good
eazysteezy: i got my priorities straight. Skiing, then food or something, THEN bitches.
i'm talking the quality of the school, not the fun i had. the buildings are all crap and shitty (you're lucky cause mary lyon is the nicest dorm), the town sucks, and half the teachers i had blew donkey asshole. this year was a waste. there are mad better schools than plymouth, don't make a mistake! don't go to plymouth!
plus if you get into unh and go there melvs will be your friend!
if ur not going out west, i dont see why u woudlnt go to uvm. i think id fuckin die if i went to a place as small as plymouth, st. mikes, etc. that might just be me but i feel like the bigger the school the more fun it is b/c theres just more people to meet and more stuff to do all the time.
UNH is what you make of it, you can come out of here with a damn good education, or you can waste your life away and manage to get by. It's an hour and a half to Loon and Waterville, less to Gunstock, pats Peak, and Cranmore. Plus it's within a half hour of the beach and Durham is a sick town and a nice area.