bizzybone1313 wrote:OP here. I appreciate the insight TLS. I guess its time to scratch Virginia off the app. list. I have never particularly cared for the school anyways. I am not sure about Duke and the University of Chicago yet.
That is the most ridiculous thing I have read on this site* in a long time. Virginia and Chicago, even if they are the two most conservative schools in the T14**, are still overwhelmingly liberal by every reasonable measure. And the only reason Duke got any votes at all is because of ignorant people who don't know anything about it but assume a yankee-infested law school in the third most liberal town† in a purple state that only voted for Obama by a little bit
last time must be full of "are country" Republicans.
Don't apply to BYU or George Mason. Other than that, you should be fine.*Excluding the acronyms "T10" and "T13".
**And in Chicago's case, I'm just assuming based on my one visit that "conservative" means "85% Democrat, 15% Ron Paul Revolution".
†And it's within 10 miles of the other two.
quiver wrote:Is that you?
While I'm at it, I'll also troll for my school a little bit: Despite NYU's rep as a left-wing haven (which it is), people here are actually pretty tolerant of both moderates and Actual Republicans. Much moreso than at UNC and Duke, in fact.