College Freshman 2013-12-05T13:47:06Z
Guys & Girls:
Coming from a small town in Fayetteville, NC to a city like Charlotte I did expect things to change. I am used to the southern hospitality where everyone is polite and did things fairly. Here I guess the intermingle of different cultures and different hometowns led to different perspectives on how to treat other people. Some people are nice, some want what they want and don't care what you think, and some are just average.
College Freshman 2013-12-05T13:44:03Z
The weather doesn't really have any impact on university changes. As far as effects campus living, it can be awful or nice. If it is a nice day, then the half mile walk to class through the woods can be pretty. If it is freezing or raining, that is very bad as dorms are located so far away from any classes on campus and go through the woods. Residents can't park anywhere on campus until after 6 pm so we are forced to walk if we live on campus.
College Freshman 2013-12-05T13:41:39Z
There are many things to do it Charlotte as shopping, NFL games, MBA games, and more. Nightlife in the city is like any other city I presume as I have personally not experienced it yet. There are a lot of people, everything is crowded, and parking on campus and around the city is awful.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T01:59:58Z
I may be slightly biased because i'm in the newest addition to housing on campus, Hunt Hall, but I totally love my suite. It's the perfect size for me, and my roommates are awesome people. It's definitely a social environment, but there are more than enough ways to get personal space if needed.
College Freshman 2013-11-30T01:58:12Z
There is tons to do on campus. There are like, over 300 different clubs and organisations that you can join, and people definitely reach out to the students to help them get involved with their school.
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