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Re: Buffalo (instate) vs. Hofstra (living at home)

Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 1:48 am
by Jimbola
very detailed Voodoo. Much appreciated.

Re: Buffalo (instate) vs. Hofstra (living at home)

Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:00 am
by tarp
You do know that a totally decent one bedroom place can be had in Buffalo for around $250 to $350 a month? Plus everything is cheaper in Buffalo than on Long Island - gas, groceries, restaurants, drinks at a bar. Buffalo is a totally decent city with very friendly locals. You should take the plunge, and get out of Long Island for a change.

Re: Buffalo (instate) vs. Hofstra (living at home)

Posted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:51 pm
by Jimbola
tarp wrote:You do know that a totally decent one bedroom place can be had in Buffalo for around $250 to $350 a month? Plus everything is cheaper in Buffalo than on Long Island - gas, groceries, restaurants, drinks at a bar. Buffalo is a totally decent city with very friendly locals. You should take the plunge, and get out of Long Island for a change.



Yeah dude, I loathe this place that is Long Island.

And with that we should end this thread for good!

Re: Buffalo (instate) vs. Hofstra (living at home)

Posted: Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:38 pm
by tm05tv
Opening this thread! Jimbola, which school did you end up choosing? I'm from western NY (grew up between Buffalo and Rochester) and now living in Boston after spending 5 years in Rochester post-undergrad. So far I've been waitlisted at Hofstra and accepted at Suffolk. Still waiting to hear back from Buffalo and Albany. As much as I love Boston and everything it has to offer, if I'm accepted at Buffalo I'm pretty much 99% sure I'd attend. I'm interested in government work.

Re: Buffalo (instate) vs. Hofstra (living at home)

Posted: Mon Jan 16, 2012 4:40 pm
by 2LT_CPG
I'd go with UB. Kind of a clear-cut decision. But if you want to be a DA, you really should've included CUNY in your search. It has a solid reputation within the whole NYC metro and is on the rise. Can't beat their tuition for the kind of graduate they produce.