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Written by Charlotte Li
For most students, they either love or hate Pace University. The people who love Pace probably like it for its generous financial aid package, its location, and its co-op opportunities. The students, who would love to torch this establishment to the ground, probably dislike it for its lack of financial support and crummy services. A lot of students have a strong dislike for the food and the Office of Student Aid (OSA). This office has misplaced many student files, causing much time delays for students to get registered for classes. The academic staff is very encouraging which makes classes bearable.
As for me, I don't fully like or dislike Pace, I just feel that with all the money we are paying to enroll here, we should get better and more efficient services that make the process of earning an education easier. I have only been here for less than a year; I can't tell if I would come back here. I have meet a good amount of wonderful people since I been here. But honestly, I expected people to be less petty. I didn't understand why people still acted like they belonged in high school. They can't seem to tolerate other opinions other than their own. Last semester, people obsessed over this site called Juicy Campus, which is a virtual place where people established hurtful rumors about other students in their own college page. Someone started one post on me, stating that I was a vulgar person. At first, I was really offended and hurt but then I realized that those people are not only immature but they are cowards.
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