SJSU Powerlifting Team at San Jose Open

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"This was after the competition at the San Jose Open. Three lifters set Junior American Records. The old guy is the head coach Todd Robinson." - SJSU Powerlifting Team (Oct 17, 2012)

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comment by Guest - Oct 27, 2012 - back to the top

No clue about the first three, but I'm a UW student (Undergraduate in Accounting Economics), so here's my input for that one:1. Absolutely bfeutiaul campus. The city of Seattle is a fun, bfeutiaul, and educated place with plenty of opportunity. The rain isn't as bad as you hear, though this winter has had some pretty freaky weather up here.UW focuses on in-state students a lot which makes it a little less known than it should be, but its academics are very good. It receives many private endowments (Bill Gates Paul Allen as examples) and is a huge research school. The Business School is among the best in the U.S. (18th).2. Very diverse, accepting, generally liberal but with EWa students, not as much as you'd think. It's not a party school but you can have fun. About half of students are commuters, but there's a good on-campus and near-campus social scene.3. It depends how you look at it. You can meet a lot of people in the dorms and have a lot of fun. The dorms themselves, however, are UW's major drawback. Rooms are pretty small, some are too far from campus (Mercer), single rooms are limited and can mitigate the social experience (especially in Hansee). The food flat-out sucks, when I lived at the dorms I used my food account strictly at the convenience store and ate off-campus 2-3 times a day. I live off-campus now. 4. UW has a decent social scene, and can pretty much find people of any persuasion or engaged in any activity. If you're talking about school-sponsored activities, UW is pretty weak.Any more info you need feel free to e-mail me.My advice would be to say a definite NO to SJSU and CSU for academics. UW is clearly superior to those two. Cal Poly has good academics, but pretty small and with a less fun student body. I'd choose UW, but I'm biased.