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What "white" schools are you guys considering? Posted on 11-15-2003

Is anyone considering white schools out there? I'm curious.
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Shell813 replied on 12-17-2003 03:18PM [Reply]
University of North Carolina-Greensboro
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replied on 12-17-2003 10:36PM [Reply]
Im like GoofyGirl, i am attending a "white" school--VCU-- (trust, its only white cuz of the name :roll: ), and last year about this time i had my heart set on Howard. My pockets wont let me go there, so im trying to go there for graduate school. But even though im not a HBCU now, i think that VCU is the next best thing. Their reputation is remarkable, and the black college experience-i get just about everything, but if i really need to be at a HBCU i can WALK to VUU and chill wit my peeps there, or take a ride to VSU and hang out there. :lol: If you are in VA and wondering or even thinking about a white school to go to, but done want it to be too "white", consider VCU. It's a good school and we have a lot of fun here too. Trust, next year half of VSU's & VUU's freshman class of this year will be here, at VCU. :wink:
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jadekiss replied on 12-18-2003 09:07PM [Reply]
UNC-G because they have a really good dance program and UNC Chapel Hill... I dunno why really.
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Poody from Sandy Springs, GA replied on 12-18-2003 09:29PM [Reply]
top_billin_07 wrote:
:x I was going to go to Harvard, but "The man" was keeping me down again :x ....... Plus my grades were lousy, so I just came to this School in NC
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Mr.228 replied on 01-03-2004 01:02AM [Reply]
the only law schools or grad schools that i will be applying to are DUKE UNC-Chapel Hill Brown i am not goin to an HBCU for grad.. i am already at one for undergrad
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Hahaha replied on 05-21-2005 10:56AM [Reply]
what ever happened to britefurture? :???:> 8-)
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LilDeda from Seattle, WA replied on 12-09-2005 06:41PM [Reply]
im considered Agnes Scott college, which is an all-girls school in august, ga & then some random **** in-state school in case everything else falls thru - i dont even know which one, i'm just gone put all the names in a hat & whichever one i pull out i'm gone apply to. All the in-state schools in Washington suck! I was considering applyin to Temple.................but..............they ONLY let FRESHMEN live ON CAMPUS.......................i'm a transfer student. i cant be playin like that!
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itsBrittany from Hampton, VA replied on 12-09-2005 07:00PM [Reply]

I applied to Ohio State, James Madison, and the College of William and Mary. 3 PWIs out of 5 schools in all. *Brittany
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CrunkMonkey85 from Atlanta, GA replied on 12-09-2005 07:17PM [Reply]

LilDeda wrote:
... All the in-state schools in Washington suck! ...
you live in washington? so does Marchelle. she applied to UW... is that a bad school?
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LilDeda from Seattle, WA replied on 12-16-2005 05:34AM [Reply]
Naw, actually UW is a really good school - it is nationally accredited & it one of the best in the west! The academics are excellent - very challenging - & the place is huge! I'm just sick of washington - the weather and the colleges have basically no diversity (the highest is like 7% - 8% black). The UW is a huge **** school, you just kind of feel like a number when you're there - it's very easy to get lost in the sauce (i.e slip thru the cracks) when u're there. Like i said, it's a great school but it's not what i'm looking for size, diversity, & location wise...for someone else it may be the best choice
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