Isles wrote:Hey Mikeyp I was just curious how big a deal do you think it is that Radnor Crossing isn't within walking distance of the bars? I visited a couple of weeks ago and I really liked Radnor Crossing, but if everyone goes to bars on the other side of the school by Radnor and Rosemont would it end up being a real hassle to meet up with other law students during the weekends and stuff?
you'll have no problem meeting people, so i wouldn't worry about that. not being able to walk isn't a huge deal because its close enough that a taxi ride is pretty cheap ($5 to $8). and if you end up hanging out with some people at radnor house, you can park your car there and walk to the bars, and get your car the next day. i'm sure you'll have fun hanging with people at radnor crossing, too. also, the quality of housing is generally nicer at radnor crossing than it is at radnor house.
the downsides to radnor crossing are the fact that the convenience of living at radnor house is unparalleled. literally every bar is walking distance, school is walking distance, and a lot of students live there. its nice not having to drive anywhere before a night out. also, taxis can take awhile sometimes (especially late at night).
its all about what your preferences are. but you can't go wrong with either one.