• Jamesjust now
    That's true.
  • Xixakjust now
    which won't be until tomorrow I think
  • Xixakjust now
    anyway I can't even decide at all until I know what kind of money Cornell offered
  • Jamesjust now
    :drose:
  • Xixak1 minute ago
    it's not like man are running off to Detroit
  • Xixak1 minute ago
    not quite as small but still kinda insulated
  • Xixak1 minute ago
    Ann Arbor kinda the same deal though
  • James1 minute ago
    Much smaller than Ann Arbor or Toronto.
  • James1 minute ago
    Then yeah Ithaca sounds good.
  • Xixak1 minute ago
    so people don't really stay on campus unless it's specifically to study
  • Xixak1 minute ago
    because there's hella shit to do in Montreal
  • Xixak2 minutes ago
    in uni I got kinda isolated a bit
  • Xixak2 minutes ago
    that was the whole appeal to me of these college towns
  • Xixak2 minutes ago
    James wrote:
    3 minutes ago
    Do you want to be stuck in Ithaca the whole time though?
    actually... yes
  • Caesar2 minutes ago
    I'm sure there are bus routes and shit out of it.
  • James3 minutes ago
    Do you want to be stuck in Ithaca the whole time though?
  • Xixak3 minutes ago
    one thing I do like with Cornell is the class is about half the size
  • James3 minutes ago
    I was going to tell you it's only a 5 hour drive to Boston, but I remembered you don't drive.
  • Xixak3 minutes ago
    :hmm:
  • Xixak3 minutes ago
    "Fortunately, Ithaca and Cornell have good public transit, and the most important locations are within walking and biking distance for those who live near campus."
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