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Like 90% I think. Might be slightly less
Truth. Great college town
804 I am from Richmond, VA. Grew up right across the street from the University of Richmond.
Sounds terrible. The douchebaggary must be incredible.
I am too. Windsor Farms
Really? Where did you go to school? Highschool.
How about you?
Thats where I went! Sent you a PM.
Charlottesville is great hot chicks, colonial great looking college. Vtech is a drag weather sucks, cold, girls are meh
Other than the burning crosses and people in white robes everywhere, Auburn was pretty nice.
I kid, but 5 minutes on UT's campus there was an orange mullet that would've made Joe Dirt feel inadequate.
This is why I miss Lenny25. No way she would stand for this
I like fsu older section. Ole miss was nice. Upenn is a nice urban campus
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
Best atmosphere and stadium was in Dallas for Michigan bama game....best campus was prolly uga
"Playing here is the closest thing to heaven on earth..." - Brian Rolle
Yeah, what a dump...
I think some people's issue with VA Tech is the monochromatic "castle-like" look of the buildings. Some like it, some don't.
Pepperdine is sick...softball fields sit on a cliff overlooking the ocean
Not sure where you've been educated but its hard to beat #1.
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In pretty sure Nebraska is the only school to charge students for spring games and they sell out to.
ND is so overrated, I can't say that enough
What, like one year in BusinessWeek? No one that hires MBAs considers UC #1, not now, not ever. Harvard**, Stanford, Wharton all better for the reasons that actually matter (faculty quality, alumni network, avg salary, #CEOs produced, getting a job, etc) not arcane metrics that a magazine uses, like "student happiness" and "diversity". Obv you're fine at any of them though.
Bweek has Michigan over Tuck, Darden, Sloan and Columbia too
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The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is based on three elements: a survey of newly minted MBAs, a poll of corporate recruiters, and an evaluation of faculty research output. The MBA survey, which measures satisfaction with all aspects of the b-school experience, is combined with two previous MBA surveys. The corporate poll, which asks recruiters to identify the schools that produce the best graduates, is also combined with two previous recruiter surveys. Finally, Bloomberg Businessweek tallies the number of articles published by each school's faculty in 20 top journals and reviews of their books in three national publications. The total for faculty size is then adjusted and an intellectual-capital rating is assigned for each school. The MBA surveys and the recruiter polls each contribute 45% to the final ranking, with the intellectual-capital ranking contributing the final 10%.
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