Anonymous said: Best freshman hall?
the ice-filled, drafty cave in john sexton’s chest cavity where one’s heart should be.
Anonymous said: Is it difficult to make friends at NYU if you're introverted and not naturally out-going?
not if you get drunk first.
t0ur1st said: What's with the negative rep with LSP? I directly applied there and got in but after reading about it in forums, it seems that the program is looked down upon by others?
everyone who shit-talks LSP is a little bitch. if anyone gives you shit, you kick them right in the genitals and also don’t tell the police that we told you to when you get arrested.
Anonymous said: IS NYU Steinhardt a good school... I'm SO conflicted on whether to go there or a state school instead?
Sure. I mean, it depends on what you want to study but NYU, in general, is a decent school, hence Steinhardt is decent.
nyu is only a "decent" school?
these two, they’re goin places.
Anonymous said: I got into NYU which has been my dream for the longest time, but I was accepted to the liberal studies core program. Is there a strong stigma against this program? Also I want to do journalism which requires a double major - would I be able to do this in the two years after lsp? Thanks!
the only ppl who have a strong stigma against lsp are the same people who deserve to be kicked repeatedly in the nutsack/other genitals. like really, these are the people who desperately cling to being “better” than lsp people because otherwise, they’d have nothing.
and yeah, it’s totally doable! in your first two semesters of lsp (your freshman year), you’ll have to take three lsp classes and then can take one non-lsp class per semester, meaning there’s room for 2 major-specific classes. and then as a sophomore, you only have to take 1 lsp class per semester, meaning the rest can be major-specific.
Anonymous said: Hello. Would it be too difficult to double major at CAS and Steinhardt along with two minors?
no really, you’ll be fine.
boxxxingthestars said: I just got accepted to NYU for the class of 2018! I was wondering if students hang out/ study at Washington square a lot? Like how much is it actually like a quad or the center of campus?
Students living closer to campus tend to spend more time there than do the students living in the dorms near Union Square (Founders, U Hall, Third North, etc). But it really isn’t the “center of campus,” because we don’t have a “campus.”