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... a big bushy evergreen, like those soft green evergreen christmas trees :) We settled into our rooms, nice college dorm rooms, walked down the street. I used the ATM to test my access to my money - Great Success! and bought subway for dinner. WIth that I leave you, hopefully will post some pictures soon of the school campus and the things I will see everyday. I am going to try and sleep again before the day starts - Orientation ...