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Do you still complain about the 2000 election?|
Are you a Democrat?
Do you think Bill Clinton is God?
Did you enjoy watching Elian Gonzalez get sent back to a Communist dictatorship?
Are you against the war on terrorism?If you answered "yes" to one or all of the above questions, Stanford is for you! Stanford is a communist university, much like Cal-Berkeley and the other prestigious schools here in the U.S. Bottom line is, if you are a conservative, capitalist, opportunity-seeking individual, don't come to Stanford. Most of the idiots that go here never worked a day in their life or suffered through hardships, yet they think they know about issues such as the war on terrorism and other social issues (too many to name). One of the worst choices I made was to come here to this communist country disguised as a university; don't make the same mistake I made. Don't even consider Stanford. Go to Notre Dame, Boston College, or USC instead. I'll probably be transferring to USC in Fall 2003.
|Jan 07 2003|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2005 |
| Having been admitted into Harvard, Princeton, Wharton and Cambridge, I picked Stanford. It was the most amazing time of my life. I met many wonderful people and was pushed. The experience really varies depending on what you want to get out of your 4 (in my case, 3) years. |
|Jan 30 2002|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2000 |
| Stanford was a key foundation to my success. I remember sitting in Frost Amphitheater for Freshman Welcoming Ceremony (or whatever it was called!) and having the President tell us that we would be the leaders of our generation. Many of us are. Of course Stanford takes students with great potential who have already demonstrated success in life, but it provides an environment in which you can interact with other extremely bright and talented people including both students, faculty, alumni and visiting guests. The atmosphere is serious, yet California laid-back to a degree (it's hard to get too worried about anything when it's sunny and 75 degrees, which it often is!). But Stanford gave me a lot of self-confidence and polish, and continues to be a great benefit, especially when I meet fellow alumni who are always fascinating people who have had very interesting lives. The networking is invaluable. I would go there again in a heart beat, and wish I could do it all again!!! |
|Jan 13 2002|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |