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Your Favourite Thing at UNC

ok112233210ok112233210 Posts: 66Registered User Junior Member
Hey, I'm just wondering, since I'm looking into Chapel Hill.

1.) What's your favourite thing about UNC Chapel Hill?
2.) What's your least favourite thing about UNC CHapel Hill?
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Replies to: Your Favourite Thing at UNC

  • cloyingcloying Posts: 884Registered User Member
    1) One of my favorites - eating lunch in the cafeteria during slow hours and listening to people's conversations, reading the paper and looking out into the pit. Especially the dude who holds the 'free hugs' sign.

    2) parking, upperclassman dorming options
  • pkp20pkp20 Posts: 116Registered User Junior Member
    1. Greek life
    2. Hardcore liberals who have (twice) proven to be disrespectful protesters
  • leah377leah377 Posts: 3,834Registered User Senior Member
    1. There's something fun to do on any given night of the week (whether it's a party or an amazing lecture or a free dinner)
    2. At the beginning it can be pretty difficult to get into the classes you want; this is even worse now with all the budget cuts (despite our tuition increases!)
  • Cuse0507Cuse0507 Posts: 4,519Registered User Senior Member
    1). Favorite thing: Sports/overall campus atmosphere
    2.) Least favorite: same as pkp20
  • heathergeeheathergee Posts: 473Registered User Member
    1. My friends, most of which I've found either through one of the clubs I'm involved with or my major.
    2. Advising
  • phonyreal98phonyreal98 Posts: 1,969Registered User Senior Member
    1. Basketball. Science programs are solid. Friends. Always something to do.
    2. Same as pkp20 and cuse0507. It can be difficult to get classes you want during initial registration, but my experience has been if you're willing to put in a little bit of extra time scouring the registration system or asking to professors to add you into the class, then you can generally get a pretty satisfactory schedule. *Knock on wood*
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