As a freshman, my fall semester went by super fast. Not gonna lie, party scene at the beginning was insane and everywhere, but then some girl got intoxicated and an ambulance had to be called, so now fraternities only host lane closed parties, but trust me, it's at the baseball house where it's at. Lots of great professors, most of them actually are amazing and willing to help, except don't take American politics your freshman year, and if you really don't need it, just don't take it, he won't hesitate to fail you for no reason. The food is great, everything you could ever think of is in the dining hall. Athletics are improving, got a great women's tennis team this year, already showing results, especially the freshmen. Mens and women's soccer are really fun to watch and of course free to students. Campus isn't that big, isn't that small, but you can get to any class by walking in no more than five minutes, which is great. So far, I'm in love with the university and the city.