the waitting for food at the casibo cafeteria.
it's the fastes cafeteria suppost for the student who are in the earlies clases and when we don't have the time to have a normal meal
their skechedule it's not flexible for the early birds because they open at 7 am and the cafeteria is open at the same time but it's supost to be the fast food in the university.
One thing I consider to be the worst at my school is the lack of care for our enivronment. In many building I see lights on for a majority of the day when they could be turned off. I also have no idea if the school has a recycling program in place on its own or with the city.
I think the worst thing about my school would be the lack of accessablility in general. To get most places around the area, one would need a car. What more, there aren't free or constant shuttles from the school to other areas. Also, the nearest public airport is 30 minutes away, which is difficult, considering that there are so many international students there.
It's very expensive and they try to get our money in any way possible.
The worst thing about my school is that it's not free. Because my family is considered below lower class, it's extremely difficult to go to a university, but other than this, I have nothing against this school: it's an amazing learning facility!
Its in the middle of no where you have to travel about an hour or more to get somewhere in a city.
The worst thing about my school would be how expensive it is. It costs $24,000 a year to go here, it is worth the extra money to go here, but it is still very expensive to go here!
the weather. it would be a fun weather if you like the cold
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