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There might be a significant amount of options to choose from at UK; however, I think we should reconsider the meaning of "value." Not all of us received astounding financial aid during our miserable attendance.
Quiet studying means studying on the second, third, or fourth floors only. It's impossible to study in the basement due to overcrowdedness and chit-chat; there aren't many study spots on the first floor to study, but it's loud because it's the entry floor; and the Greek lifers make studying on the fifth floor a nightmare. I swear you can't do anything with them around you...
It's a bunch of sorority girls.
Africans directly from Africa, or African-Americans? There are both. I know some people from Nigeria, Kenya, and Cameroon as well as South Africa, Egypt, and Morocco. And I mean, there are black people at UK. They're mostly ratchet, but they're there alright...
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Written by Rachel Schilling
Kentucky students bleed blue and take any chance they have to display their spirit. Some students can feel overwhelmed when they first come to campus by all the organizations and people. It takes about a year to really settle in and find a group or niche on campus that makes you feel like you belong.
Kentucky offers a well-rounded education and opportunity for networking and making friends while staying in a mid-sized city with traditional values. With the exception of the parking problem, lack of diversity, and sometimes annoying Greek population, Kentucky can provide a student with a great education, both in and out of the classroom.
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