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Admittedly I've been on so many campuses that a lot of them run together at this point, but ASU is a commuter school. Campus is fine but it's a city school, nothing to write home about. UA the campus is vanilla mcbland and in most of Tucson you'd swear you were in Nogales, Mex. Very poor. Weather in both places kick ass though.
Edit: The ass at ASU trumps UA by a factor of 1000%. If your into jappy girls from Chicago, UA is your place.
This post was edited by brem22 17 months ago
I know plenty of people who like UVA better too and one of my good friends goes there. I just liked UNC's campus better.
UNC's campus has grown on me lately, it looks pretty cool at night. carborough street market ftw!
I thought everyone knew this
I've been to Tennessee and LSU. Both are great
Relative to about 50 other campuses off the top of my head they're pretty weak is really all that I meant. For Pac schools, and it makes me cringe to say this, but Gomez is correct, UW is pretty insane. Colorado is sweet. Oregon is very cool northeastern looking - why they filmed Animal House there
A lot of Chicagoans in Arizona.
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Wasn't a compliment. Only been to AU and Bama, I know of high schools that look better than both. AU = public intercity high school, Bama = private rural high school
Avoid the bleacher seating at the RB if at all possible. They're behind the goal posts.
This is just hate.
Campus wise, Arizona blows. ASU is nicer, but NAU is the nicest campus in AZ imo.
Too crowded for me at ASU. People are friendly though.
Pretty hard not to know really...
Definitely. Lot of midwestern element. But it was the sheer volume of jewesses that tripped me out about the place.
Sorry, I lived in Knoxville for almost 3 years and I must disagree completely with this. My shore duty was head of the Navy officer recruiting station. Between going to campus for recruiting events, visiting engineering clubs (great place to get nuke officers) and my wife (then gf) being a PhD student there; I have been all over that campus many times. It is the worst SEC campus I have been to and the stadium was a big dump. Now they did recently upgrade the exterior of the stadium and it is very nice. Being on the river is great with the "Volunteer Navy", but even with those upgrades it isn't close to being in any "best of" list I can think of.
Drive up the PCH - Pepperdine has the best looking campus and I haven't really seen a close 2nd (ignoring football, just beauty of campus).
Rich Jews send their grand kids down there for school. Lots if rich Jews in retire in Miami and in Arizona.
Am I the only one ITT that thinks Duke is overrated? In college I spent a summer on that campus - it's really nice, but it's like Disney nice. Everything looks kind of faux old. And Dukies suck just so much cack. Just awful in every way imaginable. I was way more into Chapel Hill. Leagues more fun and way more talent.
All pretty sweet
Notre Dame and theres not even a close second here
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Really? It's not even the best campus in Indiana.
Best college campus? ND?
Maybe prettiest nominee, but I would much rather spend 5 years at many other schools.
Not much fun at ND and the gameday is kind of overrated. I've been many times and its just meh for all the hype it gets. I would rather go spend my collegiate years at many other schools in the Midwest.
The ND network is pretty amazing though. Go to business school there and you are pretty much set.
I've heard IU has a sick campus
Well its a personal opinion. Things like the Basilica, the Grotto etc don't mean much to some people but do to me. I love the dorm system and have had amazing times there. Its just exactly what I sort of envision when I think of college.
Partied there many a day in my college years.
It's not the prettiest, but they party hard in IU. When you consider everything about the schools, I would take both Purdue and IU over Notre Dame.
I mean if you really want to make money, go to school at UE (my alma mater) or Rose Hullman for engineering. Notre Dame in business is correct as well.
But if you are just going for college experience, IU or Purdue would be my choices.
This post was edited by RATT 17 months ago
I am very biased but UGA is my favorite and College of Charleston comes in second.
You learn real fvcking fast that "pretty" things on a campus don't mean dick.
Notre Dame has some of the ugliest women of any school in the country. I don't know why, but it is true. I went to school in Indiana and went to that campus many times. College is about a whole lot more than a pretty fountain in the middle of the campus.
Yeah I was just talking about campus beauty. Save for UVA and maybe Princeton you couldn't have paid me to attend any of the schools on my list. College experience whole different list.
Sorry if retarded quest, but what's UE?
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