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Old 08-29-2010 at 04:21 PM   #1
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Hey ;)
I'm a 2nd year chem eng student, names Ana. To be honest I'm not sure what to expect in chemical engineering, yeah I know they gave us lots of info but I partied too much and got in chem as a fall back Well thinking through it I had no clue weather I would like civil either so after doing some research on my own decided to stay in chem (its really hard to figure out what you want to do for the rest of your life :[ at least i'm having problems with that)

So i'd love to hear from another chem eng student to give me some idea of what to expect

For first years
since I've done some good partying here's some tips:
-if you go to a kegger show up early, they dry fast
-go to BP's on a tuesday night, karaoke night, its usually filled with mac students
-if you're of age try going to taphouse on a thursday, there's a party bus that takes you there, the ride itself is pretty fun when you go with a big group
-best residence to party in is bates, its apartment style so there's room unlike in brandon sorry, brandon is known to be a party residence but they only let 5-6 people in a room and CA's patrol all the time
Old 08-29-2010 at 09:23 PM   #2
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And last time I checked, Keyes is basically Bates with a second washroom and A/C.

I still miss Bates...
Jeffrey Chan
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