.Millikan would later realize silence is the standard response by TJSL tanyquestion
.Millikan was given twoaward letters.The firstincludeda substantia
housingsubsidy which was absent from the seconddespite administrators'assurances that Mr.
Millikan would not be restricted to using those funds
theTJSLcondominium complex knowas Entrada. Mr.Millikan could not afford tolive
Entrada even with the subsidy and, as aunsophisticatedparty, felt it too lateinthe gameto resist Defendant'sbait and switch tactics.
.Millikan's suspicions about the character
TJSL were further heightened
the orientatioweek.Theadministration washard-sellingaparticular brand
laptopcomputer to the studentat a purported discount. Mr.Millkan's former career required that he own high qualitylaptop
drafting blueprints.He was keenlyawarethat TJSL was peddling an inferior produc
to hisown at a higher price and calling it adiscount.
was also during orientation week that Mr. Millikan first heard
the policwhereby TJSL defers to the professors as to whether the Socratic Method
used. Thouginitiallydisappointed, Mr. Millikanfatefullyrationalized that thismust
a cutting edge policconsistent with the cutting edge architecture
the TJSL building in which he then sat.
Asidefromthe administrativebunglingand aura
Millikan soon cameto relishtheacademicexperience.He devouredthe reading and enjoyed th
classes,thoughdisgustedby the almost universal lack
other students andmosprofessors' willingness to coddle them
they stammered throughthe canned briefs that
them instead,or on top,
the casebook. Mr. Millikan was shockedthenex
Damages,Injunction, and De