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HOWEVER, there is ALWAYS parking somewhere. You might have to walk a good 20 minutes plus, but you will have a space to park. I have attended other schools where there was literally no spaces unless you arrived by 7:30 AM. As much as it bites to walk 20 minutes in the snow, at least I can get a parking spot.
The most ive ever had to park away has been 10 mins
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Written by Erica Aytes
Many students at MSU, mainly those from out-of-state, are surprised that they ended up here. What they find even more surprising is that they never want to leave. Academics find a great research university and exceptional learning environment. Skiers look out their windows to see countless backcountry and ski hill opportunities. Coffeeshop connoisseurs could sample different drinks for weeks, and young philosophers could sit around for hours throwing ideas out to one another. Where the school is lacking, the town and surroundings compensate, and vice versa. An education should consist of more than sitting in a classroom, and MSU realizes this.
Attracting people who love life and are happy in their current situations, MSU and Bozeman have a pleasant atmosphere. The only problem with this is the unwillingness to change, which causes a lot of issues to stagnate in the community. Overall, MSU is a place where the happiness is infectious, as is the relaxed state of mind. Everyone is accepted, and people from different backgrounds love to mix. Most often, the people who are not happy here are those who dislike fun, nature, and getting an education.
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