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I will tell you flat out that I did not want to go to the University of Michigan. To tell you the truth, it was one of two schools I actually got in to, neither of which was I too excited about. I chose Michigan because I had no idea what program I wanted to go into and figured that becuase they are so good at so many things I would end up in an excellent department, no matter what decision I made. I can tell you that after one year at the University of Michigan there is absolutely nothing I would change. I have met wonderful people, been challenged academically and had amazing experiences that have helped me grow as a person. The student body is diverse, I don't care what any of the previous comment-ers have to say. They come from all fifty states, over one hundred countries and from extremely diverse economic and social situations. The campus is large, and as such, no, it's not going to be the picture of perfection. Yes, there is sometimes construction, yes, the dorms could be cleaner, and yes it gets a little bit cold there in the winter. But, if you are going to let those things really bother you then you are letting meaningless, trivial qualities affect the most important decision in your life. The University of Michigan has given me more in one year than I had hoped to gain from my entire college experience and I already dread that day in May 2007 when I have to leave for good.