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The old health center up on Maple Hill is under construction and is being turned into this:
Resonance...metal folding chairs or hard tile floors cannot be beaten when it comes to firing off a loud fart.
I have always thought that part of campus needed a tower of some kind where people could go up and look off into the mountains or look down and shoot at people.
fixtsorry. too much to drank. looks like if you're still alive then you've made it through the storm of the century.
As of right now, there are more students from the state of tx than AR from the incoming class of freshmen in Walton College
Interesting, very interesting. I guess edumacation is getting expensive in Texass.
I just graduated two years ago and I'm not even going to be able to recognize the campus come football season.
Nope, it's the 10% rule.
I like the way they planted trees down Garland leading up to Maple street. Makes me wish I was going to college there. God I miss Fayetteville!
I just wish there was more tech companies in NWA so I didn't have to move to DFW to find a job.
Right with you brother.
that's the problem. too many people trying to park right in the middle of campus. lot 56 is almost deserted, but no, lazy assholes don't want to ride the bus, then complain when they cant find a spot. #soapbox
and the snobby girls like my sister don't wanna ride the bus. she is trying to find a small apartment for next fall since she lacks one more semester to graduate. She kept ranting about how even if she lives in some apartments on leverett behind the Kappa house, she'll still have to walk a ways. I mentioned taking the bus and she looked at me as if I was crazy. Don't all freshmen currently have to park down by the baseball field? That's basically like not having a car because who wants to walk all that ways when they can catch a free bus everywhere.
Fayetteville also represents a "real town" rather than another municipality in the mass of giant subdivisions in North Texas.If I was in Texas, and couldn't get into UT or A&M, Arkansas would be an attractive choice whether my family had any ties here or not.Fayetteville >> Norman.
Some people just don't want to be Aggies, the culture is weird. I don't want my kid to be one. UT is such a good school that even though I grew up hating it I have to respect their academics. Fayetteville>Norman>LubbockI can't tell you how many families around here in Arlington that have kids looking at UA, it's a lot.
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