- Class: Junior
- Major: Other
- Gender: F
- High School: Arkansas High School
- Transfer Student: N
I love Arkansas's spirit. The whole atmosphere of being a Razorback is exciting! I would change parking--we DEFINITELY need more parking and obviously bigger dorms. I think we should expand our campus! I think my school is just right. I could deal with a bigger school, but definitely not a smaller one. I like to be around a lot of people--there's always a possibility of meeting someone new :). People don't really react a certain way when I tell them i attend the U of A. I spend most of my time at my sorority house or at the Grad Ed building.. now that I'm getting into my major classes. I don't go to the library much to study because I think it's TOO quiet. Definitely a college town + more. There are plenty of activities that college students love, and there are also thousands of family homes. The biggest recent controversy that I know of is the recycling rule thing. I don't know much about it. I think Arkansas pride is tip top. I absolutely love going to football games and being decked out in red! Hog fans are the best fans. I will always always remember my experience at the U of A. I will always remember the gorgeous campus, the awesome football stadium, going to baseball games, living in Reid (all-girl dorm), the awful weather change... etc. I think what I will always cherish is my time in Delta Delta Delta. Being in a sorority has helped me realize how lucky I am to have a stable, loving, Christian family. I have become more open-minded to others, and I have also become more confident in myself and standing up to others for what I believe in.
Some professors know my name. usually the ones from smaller classes do. My favorite teacher is Larry Aslin. he is with the UofA Speech Hearing Clinic. He is an awesome teacher! he makes class fun because he is so animated. It's definitely easy to go to his class when it's at 9:30. I try to participate in class because I know I am more likely to get bumped up a grade if I am borderline if the teacher recognizes that I attend class and participate.
I have found that some people look down on greeks. It makes me upset because people shouldn't judge someone just because they have a shirt with greek letters on it. I think out-of-state students that come from far away would feel most left out. (Maine, Vermont, etc.) I don't know about most students, but most people I KNOW wear comfy pants/shorts and t-shirts. Occassionally I may slip on some jeans. I frequently wear hats and flip flops. I think it's only necessary to be comfortable if you have to sit in class. I more than likely will pay more attention when I'm comfortable than if I had to worry about my thong hanging out of my low-cut jeans or my heels digging into the dirt. Most students are from Arkansas, and there is a large percentage of students that I know from Texas. Most people here are pretty wealthy thanks to their parents.
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