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| As an out-of-state student raised in a very diversely cultural environment, Pullman was a shock. Although the science academics and athletic programs are quite competitive compared to any state institution, this university is meant for a very specific type of person. If you enjoy drinking, yelling at sporting events and being promiscious, this University is for you. You'll probably get a job too if you pick your major wisely. However, if you enjoy an entertaining, relaxing night life with many options, Pullman has very little to offer. The school is also highly conservative, which can get very frustrating. You're surrounded by wheatfields on all sides-no joke. If you like doing things outdoors you'd better have a car, a long weekend for the driving and a lot of money for gas. As a rule the average student at Pullman is:|
2. Bored3. Wearing WSU clothing
|Jul 15 2005|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2007 |
| Everyone at WSU seems pretty friendly. This is my first year here, and almost everyone in my dorm has made me feel like part of the group.|
The campus is beautiful. Very easy on the eyes...every piece of architecture seems to fit in nicely.
The professors here, so far, have been very open and very helpful. I wouldn't say that all the classes I've had are easy but none of them have killed me either.
The only complaint that I would have is that Pullman is very rural. If you want to get anywhere (i.e. Walmart, or Safeway) you will need to either have a car, know somebody who has a car, or get a bus schedule. I know this atmosphere can be a little frustrating, but it helps to avoid distractions.Bottom line: WSU is a good experience.
|Aug 25 2003|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2006 |