I mostly tell my deaf friends about, how many different kinds of sign language there at Gallaudet. Also, how there are diversity of people from all over the world and friends from different countries. I tell my friends, from home, how easy to make friends there and how the professors are flexable with the students. The university is really a awesome place to go for deaf and hard-of-hearing students and how we have our own culture in school and we have our own world there and freedom.
I do not brag about my school, I moved off campus and will brag about my job and apartment off campus 30 mins away but not my school itself.
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