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  1. Hi all! I have been accepted to UConn, but I will be commuting between Storrs and the Health Center in Farmington. I was thinking of living in Manchester, but I found this place in downtown Hartford called Temple Street Apartments. Does anyone know about these or living in downtown Hartford? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi all, I did my undergrad in Mechanical Engineering and was wondering if anybody here had experience switching to Physics/Applied Physics for a Master's. How difficult is it? Is there a lot that I have to catch up on? I have more interests in nuclear and particle physics and will probably go to school in Connecticut (since I'll be working for a company that helps pay for the tuition), so I was thinking of UConn or Yale. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
  3. I have two admission offers and I can`t decide between them. Oregon State University or University of Connecticut? Both are fully funded, both Pharmaceutical Science PhD, Medicinal Chemistry track, researches are the same. Oregon has better living conditions , UConn has better reputation and ranking. Any comments?
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