Maillot Jaune wrote:(1) Some of the current students that are responding on the facebook page and on this thread are "law ambassadors." Law ambassadors are students that give tours to the law school during visits and admitted students weekends, while also monitoring the facebook page and TLS just in case somebody has a question that might be best answered with a current student's prospective. They serve as a personal/student connection outside of the office of admission for prospective/admitted students. (Basically the same thing you all probably had at your undergrads). No, we do not get paid. No, there is no other incentive. It's just kind of nice to have a liaison at the law school that is a current student and can be honest with you.
(2) Aside from bars, there are definitely parks and movie theaters in Lexington! There are also tons of areas to hike and do other outdoor activities within a very short drive. There's even an OUTDOOR drive-in movie theater in Lexington! I've been several times and it is legitimately really fun.
wow the outdoor activities sounds good to me..and i've never experienced an outdoor drive in before..why wasn't any of this mentioned before when someone asked about what's there to do!...coming from someone who doesn't drink, it was just beginning to annoy me that people were only worried about bars (of course its not only but to get my point across i'm implying only..lol)
This is all my opinion so take it fwiw
Many people deem "social life" as Bars / restaurants. Not a very accurate depiction, but that usually becomes the description in most LS threads
I'd also like to add that almost all W&L social discussions I've seen have included talks about all the available outdoor activities / a lack of a mall / shopping type of area