jujubean (2022-2023)

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Application Information

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# Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Interview Date Decision Updated
University of California Berkeley Accepted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/04/08 Comp: 11/12/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/18/08 Upd: 15 years
Columbia University F Accepted W Type: RA $146,000 Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/05/08 Comp: 11/18/08 Inter: -- Dec: 01/24/09 Upd: 15 years
Harvard University Accepted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/03/08 Comp: 11/06/08 Inter: -- Dec: 11/26/08 Upd: 15 years
New York University F Accepted W Type: RA $75,000 Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: -- Comp: 11/18/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/20/08 Upd: 15 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F Accepted W Type: RA $150,000 Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/06/08 Comp: 11/25/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/30/08 Upd: 15 years
Stanford University Accepted A Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/03/08 Comp: 12/01/08 Inter: -- Dec: 02/18/09 Upd: 15 years
Yale University Waitlisted Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/10/08 Comp: 11/14/08 Inter: -- Dec: 04/15/09 Upd: 15 years
University of Pennsylvania F Waitlisted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/03/08 Comp: 11/14/08 Inter: -- Dec: 03/27/09 Upd: 15 years
University of Virginia F Waitlisted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/03/08 Comp: 11/07/08 Inter: -- Dec: 03/16/09 Upd: 15 years
Northwestern University F Accepted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/05/08 Comp: 12/08/08 Inter: -- Dec: 01/30/09 Upd: 15 years
University of Chicago F Accepted W Type: RA $42,000 Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/03/08 Comp: 11/05/08 Inter: -- Dec: 01/30/09 Upd: 15 years
Georgetown University Accepted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: -- Comp: 11/07/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/03/08 Upd: 15 years
Cornell University F Accepted W Type: Sent: 10/31/08 Rec: 11/04/08 Comp: 11/21/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/08/08 Upd: 15 years
Duke University F Accepted W Type: RA Sent: 11/01/08 Rec: 11/04/08 Comp: 11/10/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/24/08 Upd: 15 years
University of Texas Austin F Accepted W Type: $120,000 Sent: 10/31/08 Rec: 11/04/08 Comp: 11/18/08 Inter: -- Dec: 12/19/08 Upd: 15 years

Applicant Information

  • LSAT: 176
  • LSAT 2: -
  • LSAT 3: -
  • GRE : -
  • LSAC GPA: 3.9
  • Degree GPA: -
  • School Type: Ivy
  • Major: -

Demographic Information

  • City: -
  • State: -
  • Race: -
  • Gender: Woman
  • Non-Traditional Applicant: Yes
  • Years out of Undergrad: -

Extra Curricular Information

application info:
DS and PS everywhere
Why Penn, Why Northwestern and Why Michigan
Yale 250 was risky (pm if interested)

PM me if you have questions about my softs. I am also jujubean on TLS. I'll try to check these on occassion, since I feel like they really helped me during my application process.

fee waivers:
8/21 Duke fee waiver! w/o PT
8/28 Michigan fee waiver! I'd given up hope on this one...
8/29 Received UT waiver, I'd never really considered it before, but I'll definitely look into it now
9/5 Virginia and Chicago fee waivers!
9/9 UCLA fee waiver!
9/15 Columbia Fee waiver!
9/19 NYU fee waiver!
9/26 Penn fee waiver!
9/29 Cornell fee waiver!
10/27 Northwestern fee waiver!

Additional info & updates

cycle:
10/31 Sent Cornell and Texas to be in time for EA and fee waiver. Going to send most everything else tomorrow, nervous and excited all at once!

11/1 Sent Berkeley, Chicago, Columbia, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Michigan, Northwestern, NYU (without scholarship materials), Penn, Stanford, Virginia, and Yale. Four schools already requested LSDAS reports!

11/3 Apps received notices from Penn, Chicago, Harvard, Virginia and Stanford.

11/4 Apps received at Berkeley, Cornell, Duke and Texas.

11/5 Complete at Chicago.
Apps received at Columbia and Northwestern.

11/6 App under review at Harvard! That's like complete, right?
App received at Michigan.

11/7 Complete at Virginia and Georgetown.

11/10 App received at Yale.
Complete at Duke.

11/12 Complete at Berkeley.
Would be complete at Northwestern were it not for the interview.

11/13 TS1 email notice!

11/14 Complete at Yale and Penn.

11/18 TS1 today. Well, at least it's over. I wish I had something more positive to say about it, but honestly, I'm sure I sounded like an idiot.
Complete at UT. And, they were nice enough to check EA for me, which I forgot to do!
Also complete at Columbia and NYU.

11/21 Complete at Cornell. Also, just received the Harvard complete email, but I think I've been complete for a while...

11/24 Under review at Berkeley. I wonder if this means that my app is actually in front of the committee, or will be soon or what.

11/25 Complete at Michigan.

11/26 TS2!!!!!!!!! Ohmigod, I cannot believe my first acceptance is from Harvard!

12/1 Complete at Stanford.
Status checker for Georgetown says "Decision" as of 11/28. Hopefully it's good news!

12/3 In at Georgetown! Got a very nice, personalized note on my letter, too!

12/5 Cornell status checker says decision as of 12/2! This has been an exciting week.

12/6 Finally had my Northwestern interview. It was okay, I was really tired, but the alum was really nice. The interview was just basically answering whatever questions I had.

12/8 In at Cornell! Even better, acceptance letter includes invitation to apply for Dean's Scholarship!
Complete at Northwestern!

12/10 File under review at Duke.
Received my Harvard binder in the mail. It's about 300 pages! Going to make for several weeks of reading.

12/16 Under committee review at Penn as of 12/15.

12/18 In at Berkeley! I'm originally from that area and Berkeley matches my interests so well and yay!

12/19 In at Texas via phone call from Sam Riley! Missed the call, but got a nice voicemail.
Also, received a letter from Georgetown regarding being considered for scholarships!

12/20 In at NYU! Received my large purple envelope in the mail. I still have not sent in the RTK essay, which should hopefully be easier to do now that I know I have been accepted.

12/24 In at Duke via email! Email says I will likely qualify for a scholarship, which I like to hear!

12/29 Finally sent my PI scholarship essays in to NYU. Looking at the previous winners, I doubt I even have a chance, but who knows...

12/30 Logged into Michigan's admitted students page! Excited for my sweet flash drive! And yes, the daily round of status checkers includes every admitted students page I can find the address to. For those interested, my status checker simply says complete.

12/31 Got a little information package from NYU.

1/2 Received my Michigan stuff in the mail! They sent me an article related to something I wrote about in my essay. Can that admissions office be any more amazing? I think not.

1/9 Darrow invite!

1/10 Chancellor's scholarship at Texas!

1/14 Penn status checker updated, but still just says that I'm under committee review.

1/21 Sent my Darrow essay in. Dean Zearfoss sent a nice little response email.

1/24 Columbia with a full Hamilton!!!!!!!!! I cried.

1/29 Decision pending at Chicago! Eep.
Also Northwestern status checker updated to complete as of 1/29.
Withdrew from Texas, Cornell and Duke today.

1/30 Phone call from Ann Perry! A little awkward since she called my work line and I sit in an open area with other coworkers, but hey!
In at Northwestern via email!
Received withdrawal acknowledgments from Texas, Cornell and Duke.

2/2 Withdrew from Georgetown. This one was hard, since it was a school I really loved for a lot of reasons. But their scholarship application was due today and I was thinking all weekend and I really could not imagine that I would have taken an offer from them over the Hamilton, so... Hopefully someone else can get in, or get some money!

2/5 Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Georgetown.

2/6 Full Darrow!!!!!!!! I sounded like such a fool on the phone.

2/13 Scholarship from Chicago!

2/18 In at Stanford via email from Fay Deal!!!!

2/25 Withdrew from Chicago.

3/2 Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Chicago.

3/11 Withdrew from Northwestern.

3/12 Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Northwestern.

3/16 Waitlisted at Virginia via email.

3/17 Withdrew from Virginia.
Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Virginia later on the same day.

3/20 Got an AMAZING financial aid package from Stanford. I'm not going to put it up in the scholarships section since it's need-based, but it makes the difference between Stanford and Columbia rather small.

3/26 Received my Harvard financial award. It's about $6000/ year less than Stanford, which is significant. But they do have the PSI which I'm pretty sure I'll be taking advantage of, so maybe that's not that big a difference in the end.

3/27 Waitlisted at Penn via email.

3/28 Withdrew from Penn.

3/30 Notified by NYU that I am not a finalist for RTK. Not really surprised, especially since it's after the interviews. I still love you NYU, please give me a Dean's scholarship!

4/1 Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Penn.

4/15 NYU Dean's Award scholarship offer. It's $25,000/$25,000/ $12,500, and another $12,500 if I do public interest during my second summer, which is my intent.
Waitlisted at Yale via email. I don't know why (probably because I'm delusional) but somehow, I'm heartened by it.

4/20 SLS 2012!!!!! I am so unbelievably excited. I will be withdrawing from everywhere else as soon as I return home and mail my deposit.

4/21 Withdrew from NYU and Michigan.
Also, sent in my Yale waitlist response form. I've decided to stay on for now.

4/22 Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Michigan.

4/23 Sent my deposit to Stanford!

4/27 Withdrew from Berkeley, Columbia and Harvard. Even though I'm so thrilled with Stanford, it was hard saying goodbye.
Received withdrawal acknowledgment from NYU and Berkeley.

4/29 Received deposit acknowledgment from Stanford.
Received withdrawal acknowledgment from Harvard.

random thoughts:
9/9 Asked for all of my recs. Hoping to get them all by mid-October.

10/1 I decided to apply to more schools, just in case.

10/8 My 1st recommender emailed saying she sent my rec, now I get to see how long it takes LSAC to process it...

10/10 Yay LSAC emailed me that the first rec is in!

10/17 Two more recs in, waiting on one more. I think I may be ready to finally submit some schools on Monday. I'm nervous just thinking about it!

10/20 Ugh... so my other recommender kinda forgot about the letter. It's one I want to use at most schools, so I'm waiting. She says it'll be in by Thursday. I guess it's for the better since I'm sure everything could use another review (not to mention I should really figure out what all of those NYU scholarship things are all about).

10/24 Rec won't be in until Monday. I was really hoping to be able to maybe hear something before the holidays from at least a school or two and that possibility seems to be slipping away now.

10/29 Arg... last LOR faxed and LSAC says it's damaged or something so now my recommender has to refax and it'll take several days since they're busy. November it is then.

10/31 My last rec processed!

11/1 Submitted a whole bunch of other schools. Now I just have to do a few more and write some scholarship essays.

11/7 School supposedly has my dean's cert ready to go...

11/12 School actually sent my dean's cert.

11/20 Okay, so I know it hasn't been that long, but waiting sucks!!! I'm really grumpy at that one recommender who kept me from submitting for 2 weeks right about now. And I've got that awful TS1 performance still tormenting me.

12/1 I am still in shock about Harvard! I cannot be happier right now.

12/8 I just noticed that the Harvard status checker says my binder was sent on 12/5. What can I say, I like to see it say Admitted. Maybe it will be there today!

1/13 Wrote an initial draft of my Darrow essay. It is really hard to not be repetitive given my PS and Why Mich essay. Essay writing again is definitely not fun.

1/14 Decided to attend Georgetown's early ASW next week! I'm way excited to start visiting schools!

1/22-1/23 Georgetown's ASW was nice. I heard a lot of stuff I liked (supreme court mootings, clinical program, lots of awesome professors) and some things I didn't (Jesuit influence seems to seep in a bit). At the end though, I'm still unsure.

1/26 I'm in shock about everything still but I think this will be the week of many withdrawals. I've grown a bit attached to a few of the schools I'll probably be withdrawing from. I'm a little sad (and, of course, excited) -- it's time to make decisions!

2/19 Oh my god, I feel so lucky to have all of these options, but I also have no idea what I'm going to do now at all. Any advice is greatly appreciated!

3/4-3/5 I liked Columbia a lot more than I expected to. Despite their reputation, they do seem to have a lot of opportunities for PI work (though it's also pretty clear that most current students are corporate-oriented, but I think that'll be the case in a lot of places). Also, my mock class was fun.

3/14-3/16 Harvard's ASW gave a me a great sense of the school. I was lucky to have a friend who's a current students so Saturday night I met a lot of current students, not just the ones the University puts on the panels. Most people seem genuinely pleased with Harvard and everyone's clearly very smart and impressive. It's also cool that you can definitely do multiple clinics if you want to HLS, which isn't really possible at CLS.

3/26-3/27 NYU ASW was really good. I honestly went to sort of reassure myself that I could withdraw because with Columbia's offer, I can't really logically take NYU unless I get comparable financial assistance and I think that's highly unlikely considering I didn't get any of the named stuff. However, I really liked the school and their commitment to PI came through really powerfully. In my opinion, it really made me see that Columbia and Harvard's PI stuff at the ASW had this for show quality to it, it just never felt as genuine as it did at NYU. I also really enjoyed the current admits I met at NYU, they felt like people I could really get along with. I wish NYU got a bit more interaction with current students into the weekend beyond just the activities fair. If I'm perfectly honest, I think I liked NYU the most so far. Needless to say, I'm not withdrawing any time soon.

4/3 Berkeley ASD was really great (even though I spent about an hour and a half waiting in line to speak to financial aid). At the very beginning of this process, before being blessed with an LSAT better than most of my practice tests, Berkeley was my number one, so I already knew I loved the school. I'm really looking for a school with an active and committed student body and Berkeley definitely had that. It also had opportunities galore in my specific area of interest. I also learned that I qualify for in state tuition even though I haven't lived in California for many years, so yay for that! I will be submitting a matching application any day now (I've grown lazy at the end of this process...). I think if Berkeley matches the Hamilton or comes close, I'm inclined to take it over Columbia, though I still have the Harvard and Stanford thing to sort out.

4/18-4/20 Stanford blew everyone else completely out of the water for me. It's strange because I never had a bad time at any of the weekends and I had my own various reservations about all of my top choices, so I never expected to get this gut feeling. Within a few hours at Stanford, I immediately knew. Everyone I met, admits and current students were so amazingly smart and personable and helpful and happy. The professors were the most accesible I'd seen anywhere else and also made themselves so approachable. I am not a person who can just strike up a conversation with a professor easily, but here I could and did and from what I heard and saw, that is representative of the actual experience. I had some concerns about Stanford not having much in the way of my area of interest, but throughout the course of the weekend, I found out about several activities and opportunities that were not on the website (or at least I didn't find them). Even more impressive, I found several current students, completely randomly, that were doing very similar things and they had similar reservations and felt that they were never borne out. Now I actually feel as though there is a growing community of similarly-minded students and I'm thrilled to join that and help develop it. I felt completely at ease with my fellow admits and future classmates; everyone was impressive but no one was cocky. I feel so blessed to have gotten in here. When I applied, I threw an application to Stanford because, clearly, I was nervous and applying to every school I could think of and I figured why not apply to Stanford too. On paper, I was not in love with Stanford and I felt sure that they would know it from my application. I don't know why they took me in the end but I just feel so incredibly fortunate because I know they are the perfect fit for me.
I will be staying on the Yale waitlist because for geographical reasons, it just might be simpler if it worked out that I happened to get in. Though it would certainly be bittersweet if I did now, so I hope my significant other quickly finds a job in California!

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congrats and quesss
Wednesday, August 13 2008 at 08:00 PM

hey.. congrats on your high scores.. I see we are both applying to a couple of the same schools.. when do you intend on applying? oh and what exactly is the index and how does lsn come up with it? thanks sd

Wednesday, August 27 2008 at 08:00 PM

Thanks! That'll probably be a month longer I have to wait. Good luck this cycle.

Saturday, August 23 2008 at 08:00 PM

best of luck this cycle!

Thursday, September 04 2008 at 08:00 PM

hey, looks like we've got basically the same stats and are looking at some of the same schools. I'm just waiting on recs now, so we'll see how things go.

Thursday, September 04 2008 at 08:00 PM

at this point I'm just waiting on my second academic rec and an employer rec. everything else is in. nerve wracking, isn't it? So much waiting in this game.

thanks for the congrats!
Monday, May 12 2008 at 08:00 PM

we're basically numbers-twins, so I hope you have a sweet cycle! (p.s. what's your ivy? i'm at an ivy too. you can PM if you want to keep it secret from the LSN community)

hey!
Monday, May 12 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on getting the apps out. Here's to a sweet cycle. Go Lions ;)

congrats on ts email!
Friday, October 31 2008 at 08:00 PM

I'm freaking out a little that I haven't gotten a ts email yet--my app was in before yours! eek. oh well, hope your interview goes well.

LAS
Congrats!
Monday, October 27 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on finishing TS1! How did it go?!?

thanks!!
Monday, May 12 2008 at 08:00 PM

Your acceptances are going to start rolling in soon too!

Number Twin
Sunday, November 23 2008 at 07:00 PM

Hey Heartbreaker, Another number twin right here - Best of Luck.

Thursday, September 04 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on Harvard! Not a bad first acceptance. Kind of makes all that effort on applying to a bunch of places seem silly, doesn't it? Good luck with the rest of the cycle, and see you at an admit weekend this spring!

Monday, December 01 2008 at 07:00 PM

hey, hey! congratuladtions, you smart cookie, you! hey, could you please tell me what TS1 and TS2 means? I've always been confused about that :( thanks!

Monday, December 01 2008 at 07:00 PM

hehe, yay! thank you for your help :) I would looove to meet you in person somewhere next to langdell ;-) congrats once again!

Thursday, July 31 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on your acceptances too! I'm sure the rest of your cycle will go just as well!

Congrats/Question
Tuesday, October 14 2008 at 08:00 PM

Hey! Congrats on all your amazing acceptances! Quick question- when your status checker changed on Cornell to "Decision" was there a link to a page for accepted students, or did you only find out you were accepted via snail mail? Again, Congrats!

Tuesday, October 14 2008 at 08:00 PM

that makes me feel SO much better. Thanks:)

Thanks!
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

I am still in shock from Berkeley.. and Harvard today! So excited and so relieved at the same time. Did you answer the TS2? I missed it.. wondering if I should send an e-mail response to the call. Maybe I'll see you for ASW!

thanks, juju!
Monday, May 12 2008 at 08:00 PM

You're gonna have some tough decisions yourself!

thanks!
Friday, October 31 2008 at 08:00 PM

your stats are better than mine, so I would expect you to start getting some more calls today or tomorrow as well. I think my apps were in slightly before yours, so that's probably the discrepancy. anyway, thanks and good luck! i look forward to meeting you at some ASWs.

LAS
Nice!
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

Little 3-day stretch there: Berk, Texas, NYU! Congrats!

Well done
Friday, October 17 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on everything. Why is the wall so sparse?

Michigan Status Checker
Wednesday, June 18 2008 at 08:00 PM

Thanks for the note above about your Michigan status checker remaining complete even when you can sign into the admitted students page . . . now I can more accurately focus my daily OCD status checks Congrats on a great cycle!

Wednesday, June 18 2008 at 08:00 PM

wow - just checked, I'm in! thanks for the tip

HAMILTON!
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

OMG! Congratulations! That is UNBELIEVABLE news. So happy for you. I'm super anxious to find out how you view it relative to HYS. Thinking of taking it? Graduate from one of the best law schools in the country without a penny of debt? Prety amazing.

Congrats
Saturday, August 23 2008 at 08:00 PM

On all your great acceptances!

Yale
Saturday, August 23 2008 at 08:00 PM

They need to stop posting about hamburgers and start sending out some calls to some folks--at this point I don't even care all that much if it's me (...ok that's a lie)--I just want someone to get in!

and congrats to you!
Monday, April 07 2008 at 08:00 PM

thanks! congrats on all of your acceptances thus far (and of course, on hamilton!). it looks like you may be headed for a clean sweep as well! good luck!

WOW!
Monday, October 27 2008 at 08:00 PM

Congrats on the Hamilton! That's amazing! (I'm jealous :)! Good luck deciding!!

Friday, January 30 2009 at 07:00 PM

Thanks and congrats to you too. Have fun deciding where to go - what school are you leaning toward so far?

thank you!
Tuesday, January 29 2008 at 07:00 PM

I certainly feel very fortunate for all this...but now the hardest part comes in making the decision (especially because I can be rather indecisive)! Good luck in making your decision also. I see you have some really fantastic options as well!

Thanks!
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

Haha, thank you. Not a fun decision, right? Any update on your decision-making process? Thinking of taking the money and running? Can you head over to the admissions office at Columbia and let them know that my patience is waning? :P

.
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

I have no idea where I'm leaning, haha. Lately it's been Yale, but that's only to offset my earlier Harvard obsession. I've decided to wait until I hear back from FinAid offices to grow any more attached to either. Yale's students have been considerably more helpful than students I've sought out from Harvard, though. Yale needs to admit you soon, though! Btw, will you be at Harvard's ASW in March? Maybe I'll see you there!

congrats on stanford!
Sunday, December 21 2008 at 07:00 PM

hey congrats on stanford! looks like you have had an amazing cycle. i don't have the numbers you have, so i'm hoping my softs will make up. can you display yours? (PM if don't wish to reveal). esp. with a school like stanford, there are other things other than numbers that caused you to stand out. congrats!

Wednesday, January 07 2009 at 07:00 PM

Congrats on Stanford! I just got the notification the same day as you. Of course your numbers make you a much more obvious choice... I'm still in shock. Congrats again!

Stanford
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

2/3 :) Any day now...

me too!
Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

I feel the same way. At first I thought I would go to every single ASW, but it doesn't make so much sense anymore. I'll be at H/Y/S/Mich. but aside from those, I'm really not sure. I'd like to go to Chicago's and if Columbia ever lets me in... I'll go there too :P Which ones are you leaning towards?

Wow!
Tuesday, January 29 2008 at 07:00 PM

Lots of good things happened since I last checked in :) Congratulations! Maybe I'll see you at one of Michigan, NYU, and/or Harvard's ASWs?

Tuesday, January 29 2008 at 07:00 PM

Oh yeah, we'll see each other at two of the three :) I will be at HLS this weekend and also at NYU at the end of the month. Keep me updated on your decision-making process. I'm going through a similar dilemma on choices (absent Columbia) :)

Thursday, September 04 2008 at 08:00 PM

I was looking at your comments and realized we've been waiting on this cycle now since September, and I laughed a little. Looks like we're still in roughly the same boat, including the wonderful UVA waitlist, and the silent treatment from Yale. HLS admit weekend was a good time though, I agree, which helps make the wait (and eventual let down) easier.

Thursday, September 04 2008 at 08:00 PM

Yeah, the HLS/SLS choice is a tough one. Every time I'll think I have a favorite, I'll get a phone call from some SLS faculty member or something and the whole choice will get confused all over again. Both schools are so good that I feel like it's going to come down to subjective stuff: weather (SLS), facilities (HLS for the law school, SLS generally), geography (HLS, just because it would be closer to family for me, I think). Are you going out for the ASW? I feel like I should, but its an expensive flight, and hard to get away during such a busy time of year.

yep!
Tuesday, January 29 2008 at 07:00 PM

Thank you :) I'm really grateful for the opportunity and anxious to start school now!

See you in August!
Saturday, August 23 2008 at 08:00 PM

It turned out to be one of the easiest decisions I've ever made...you know, after the couple of days of abject agonizing and confusion :). I can't wait for the fall!

ha
Saturday, August 23 2008 at 08:00 PM

Actually, it was made a lot easier. Sorry to hear about the WL :(-- will it be SLS for you come the fall?

Sunday, October 26 2008 at 08:00 PM

How awesome was Stanford? I leave to visit Yale tomorrow. I will be sending my Harvard withdrawal shortly. It's still Yale's game to lose, but Stanford is making a late push. Add me on facebook?