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  1. I got my acceptance letter late in the summer while I was in another state working. I didn't have time to look into apartments and filled out an application to live in an apartment-style dorm on campus (graduate housing was "full" and I was placed on a waiting list). Luckily, I was able to transfer to graduate housing in the middle of the semester and from there I was able to look into places off campus via Craigslist.
  2. @Courtney Whited @nervous_nellie I currently live in Stillwater. I am doing my Master's and have been here since 2015. It's a "little big town" meaning that there are a variety of places to shop, eat, and hang out at but if you want more, then traveling to Oklahoma City or Tulsa are options. OKSTATE has a lot of different people coming from all kinds of backgrounds, so you definitely will find a good number of people who will share similar interests or personality traits as you. The locals are OK as well. Cost of living: I currently rent in the $500 range but there are decent places
  3. Similar experience, similar worries, similar result. What a roller coaster grad school is!
  4. What are you reading the Ebony magazines for? Research? Personal interest?
  5. I see Murakami fans, awesome! I used to be a book worm in junior and high school but no longer consider myself one these days. After watching a Japanese drama (Algernon ni Hanataba o) with a very popular actor (Yamashita Tomohisa aka Yamapi), I went to the local library (which is just a 5 minute walk from my apartment (cool!) and because the school's library did not have the book (not cool) ), I signed up for a library card to check out Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. Interesting story that's making me feel feels again (as if the drama did not do that already)
  6. Hi there, I live in Stillwater and this is my 2nd semester in my program (working towards Master's). Currently, I live in family and graduate housing by myself so I am paying $675 (it's an unfurnished apt by the way). If I had a roommate, I would be paying half the rent. If you are interested, it would be best to have a roommate. The furnished apartments are a bit higher, in the 700-800 range. Staying here is good because the rent includes everything. Only downfall is that you have to pay $101 every month to use your air unit. I will be moving out at the end of May and currently I am doin
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