But at one school, a 2L wrote a whole article in the undergraduate newspaper about it. Definitely, considering that UF is primarily an undergraduate institution. I understand the lawbrary has a reputation as a quiet place to study.
I’m sure most of Gator-nation responded: “Y U MAD, BRO? Unfortunately, when droves of undergrads — clad in tank tops and clutching iced coffees — descend upon the lawbrary, silence becomes a myth that makes a law-school 4.0 seem attainable by comparison… I know why law students bitch about this; I get that finals time is really stressful.
Typical situations depicted in the show include student loans, bad cafeteria food, questioning of identity, fraternity rivalries, odd traditions, unpleasant RAs, money problems, peer pressure, and the "freshman fifteen".
The show was conceived by Pete Williams, when he dropped out of college at the age of 19. Characters in the show represent stereotypical college types; including the everyman (Nitz), the "frat boy" (Rocko), the "ladies' man" (Cal), the nerd (Gimpy), the cool girl (Jessie), and the "ditz" (Kimmy).What kind of people call their law school library the “lawbrary”?It’s sounds like something Matthew Mc Conaughey would come up with. In the eternal fight for university library space, law students are the lions, and undergrads are the hyenas.Undergrads is a Canadian animated television series centered on the lives of four college undergraduate freshmen.Originally broadcast on MTV in 2001, only thirteen episodes were created.