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Conversation Between tiffanylucky and EvaJupiterSkies
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  1. EvaJupiterSkies
    12-16-2013 12:40 AM - permalink
    I got Tycho almost two months ago, at the LPS in Lansing. :) It feels like longer, honestly, like he's always been a part of my life. :D
  2. tiffanylucky
    12-15-2013 06:15 PM - permalink
    When did you get your first betta
  3. EvaJupiterSkies
    11-29-2013 03:01 AM - permalink
    Depends on the dorm; they all have different characteristics. One thing I will say about the dorms is pay attention to your bathroom orientation. Community bathrooms give you less privacy, but it's always cleaned for you (I lived in a dorm with community bathrooms). Suite-style bathrooms are more private, but it's one toilet and one shower for four people, and you clean it yourself.

    You can sign up to go in with someone you know, yes. Other than that, you can go in blind, which is pretty random, but I got lucky both years and had some pretty good roommates.
  4. tiffanylucky
    11-22-2013 11:02 PM - permalink
    How are the dorm rooms and do you get to pick your roommate?
  5. EvaJupiterSkies
    11-19-2013 11:39 PM - permalink
    "MSUís masterís program in social work was ranked among the top 25 in the nation by, an independent organization that focuses its ranking system on three criteria: academic excellence, return on investment, and benefits that affect quality of life during studies." -MSU's Rankings and Recognitions page

    I wouldn't honestly know about social work, as it's not my major, and I don't have any friends majoring in social work. I will say MSU is a pretty awesome place to be socially and academically IF you're willing to be proactive about things. Go talk to your professors, get to know them, see where it takes you and what opportunities it gives you.
  6. tiffanylucky
    11-19-2013 07:40 PM - permalink
    Is that a good collage for a degree in Social work?
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