It's a complete joke. There are hardly any good restaurants anymore, walking around town is an embarrassment, and even though you can get some great coffee from a good-looking chica near the circuit court, it hardly justifies all the hardship.
So I read with interest that the University of Miami may move its Law School to downtown Miami:
Although a decision has not been made, and will not be made without extensive planning and information gathering, the school's dean said some possible move sites in downtown Miami have been identified and he expects more information in October.Anyone else see that heartfelt letter of resignation from Dean Lynch? You did great boss, we wish you well and welcome you back to the world of teaching.
To alleviate the school's space constraints, the university looked into expansion in its current location, but faced objections from the city of Coral Gables.
Dean Dennis O. Lynch said that a move would not likely affect any current students, nor would it likely change the enrollment of the school. He added that the decision would be made by the board of trustees, and law school and university administrators.
"There's so many variables involved," Lynch said. "As we get more information we are going to keep the faculty and students informed."
The dean, who plans to leave his position at the end of the academic year and return to teaching, said building a "brand new, state-of-the-art building that was a strong architectural statement" could be valuable to the school. Cost estimates on new construction would be dependent on the site chosen.
Although relocating would allow for more classroom space, a larger library and possibly living space, some students have expressed serious concerns about the prospect of moving. Most indicated that no one they knew supported the proposition.