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    (Original post by LeeLee---x)
    I enjoy Ashton Lane...

    Anyway, what are you studying?
    Eng Lit, Eng Lang and Sociology

    How about you?
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Eng Lit, Eng Lang and Sociology

    How about you?
    Earth Science, Archaeology and Russian
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    (Original post by LeeLee---x)
    Earth Science, Archaeology and Russian
    Woah! Haven't met anyone doing Earth Science yet...

    Where are you staying?
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    Aberdeen:

    Worst drug record of any Scottish city.

    Lovin it
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Woah! Haven't met anyone doing Earth Science yet...

    Where are you staying?
    Murano, you?
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    (Original post by LeeLee---x)
    Murano, you?
    Blackfriars =D How are you finding Murano?
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Blackfriars =D How are you finding Murano?
    Good, it is not too quite, but I still get sleep.
    How about Blackfriars?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Have you actually seen many people in kilts? Not including the buskers that play bagpipes/drums...
    I've seen a lot recently, must be mandatory at xmas dinners or something.
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    (Original post by LeeLee---x)
    Good, it is not too quite, but I still get sleep.
    How about Blackfriars?
    Awesome, great mix between parties and just chilling, plus perfect positioning for nights out!
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    (Original post by KeyserNI)
    I've seen a lot recently, must be mandatory at xmas dinners or something.
    Winter Graduations =D
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Winter Graduations =D
    That might be it.
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    Cardiff. Pretty buildings, funny accents.
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    London Met.

    It's, um... There's...

    I got nothing.
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    Lol. I love how people are 'bigging up' their universities by saying "Come to ___. It's okay.

    Anyway, UCL -prestige, social life, great teaching!
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    (Original post by JohnnytheFox)
    UCL's alright. Can't be beat for location (everywhere that's worth going to in London is within walking distance) and the main Quad is a pretty nice looking building (just a shame Tottenham Court Road across the road is such a dump).
    Tottenham Court Road is nice! All the instrument shops are there. I sort of know what you mean, though. UCL looks so regal, but is surrounded by grey, drab buildings. At least Bloomsbury is a good area. (posh - so you won't get knifed for looking at someone the 'wrong way')
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    (Original post by IQ Test)
    *Subscribes*
    What's your IQ?
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Glasgow - Fantastic uni, great people, 2 unions (meaning awesome freshers week), beautiful building (looks like hogwarts), subway IN one of the unions :drool:, amazing shops (SO MANY!!!), nightlife is awesome beyond all belief, cheap drinks (85p for vodka mix in some places!), men in kilts :sogood:, plus just a really happy amazingly wonderful place!

    can you tell i love it?!
    Glasgow is awesome.

    My course is brilliant (History, Politics, Philosophy), the people are awesome, the nightlife is INSANE.

    I go out 3 times a week and every time is absolutely insane!

    Loving it here!
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    (Original post by Picnic1)
    Aren't Cambridge's colleges bound to have just as good a community spirit?
    And the way you say it seems to imply that a college system is necessary for a good community spirit. Yet rarely does anyone ever have a bad word to say about Glasgow, for one, which doesn't have a college system. And there are some less ancient universities that have 'college' systems that are just halls of residences with unrelated teaching rooms in them - their sense of 'community' is less meaningful than elsewhere.
    Look out for the seaguls mate, there's a large chip on your shoulder.
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    In the lovely words of my dearest brother, "The fact that even you've managed to make friends there says a lot about the social life..."

    I.e., come to UEA. You'll have fun. It's a bit concrete-chic, but it's friendly and the rabbits are pretty cute.
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    (Original post by ferdi.g)
    This:

    Glasgow is awesome.

    My course is brilliant (History, Politics, Philosophy), the people are awesome, the nightlife is INSANE.

    I go out 3 times a week and every time is absolutely insane!

    Loving it here!
    Make that 3 times a week MINIMUM! It feels odd that I haven't been out since saturday and am not going out tonight
 
 
 
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