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Re: Stanford c/o 2017ers taking Questions!

Postby hammy393 » Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:12 pm

Anyone who did couples housing 1L year have recommendations on a 1bd in EV (1900/month) vs a suite in Munger (2K)? The Munger suite actually has more sq ft (500 v 450), but I'm assuming that having the bedroom makes many logistics/separation of work between a couple easier?

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Re: Stanford c/o 2017ers taking Questions!

Postby Instinctive » Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:51 pm

BuyaLittleMercy wrote:Any current Stanford students have any knowledge or experience of non-law recruiting on campus? I know that McKinsey stops by HLS, for instance, curious if anyone knows if they do at Stanford?


McK and BCG both recruit at SLS. McK especially recruits women. A few of us each year summer or go full-time to one of them. Like 1-4.

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Re: Stanford c/o 2017ers taking Questions!

Postby Instinctive » Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:54 pm

hammy393 wrote:Anyone who did couples housing 1L year have recommendations on a 1bd in EV (1900/month) vs a suite in Munger (2K)? The Munger suite actually has more sq ft (500 v 450), but I'm assuming that having the bedroom makes many logistics/separation of work between a couple easier?


Spent 2.5 years in studio in EV before moving, and have another couple friend in a Munger studio. That shit is small af. The 1 bed seems to make a pretty huge difference. Just having a door where you can get a little space, or if one person wants to sleep early/sleep in, makes a huge difference.

Munger v EV is a question thats been hashed out a million times. The tl;dr version is: Munger more convenient and social, but EV lets you escape the bubble a little and you can walk over for everything. Depends on the type of person you are which one fits better.

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Re: Stanford c/o 2017ers taking Questions!

Postby hammy393 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:13 am

Instinctive wrote:
hammy393 wrote:Anyone who did couples housing 1L year have recommendations on a 1bd in EV (1900/month) vs a suite in Munger (2K)? The Munger suite actually has more sq ft (500 v 450), but I'm assuming that having the bedroom makes many logistics/separation of work between a couple easier?


Spent 2.5 years in studio in EV before moving, and have another couple friend in a Munger studio. That shit is small af. The 1 bed seems to make a pretty huge difference. Just having a door where you can get a little space, or if one person wants to sleep early/sleep in, makes a huge difference.

Munger v EV is a question thats been hashed out a million times. The tl;dr version is: Munger more convenient and social, but EV lets you escape the bubble a little and you can walk over for everything. Depends on the type of person you are which one fits better.


That's helpful, thanks!




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