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| It's a very difficult school but the vast amount of opportunities available makes it worth the challenge. If you're look for a meaningful undergraduate experience, Syracuse will be more than a pleasant surprise. |
|Mar 31 2010|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2011 |
| I came to Syracuse University from California. At first, I though this place would be boring and sad with regards to the weather. After almost two months staying here, I love this place. The campus is beautiful and the set up is great. The people here are in general pretty nice and inviting. Two classes that I am taking have many people in them. Fortunately, I have recitation classes taught by TAs who know their material on the side. Overall academics here are very good especiall at Maxwell, Newhouse, and Whitman. |
I havent had the time to explore the Syracuse too much because my transportation is limited. However, their are usually buses that can take you anywhere. Around campus their usually movie showcases or club meetings that provide entertainment and interest. Furthermore, the games at the Carrier Dome are fun to watch even though the team is so so. Lastly the party scene here is pretty wild. There are many house, frat, and sport house parties going on. In the end, I am happy that I came here instead of UC back home or CSU or USC.
|Oct 12 2009|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2013 |
| If you want to go into journalism/communications you can't go wrong. After I finished at Newhouse I had a job waiting for me.|
The weather sucks and the area around campus is less than desirable. It's a place that, if you choose to go because it fits academically, you learn to live with, and love, the rest of it.Marshall Street provided some of the greatest nights of my life. Paradise found is the kind of terrible strip club with ugly girls you can only appreciate in upstate new york. You learn to appreciate the Sun.
|Jun 19 2008|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |