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Nothing unique in particular. Some local cousine is within a few miles. A few local park settings are available

The neighborhood is close by a shopping center. It has a grocery store and other stores. It also has a number of restaurants near by.One of the favorite restaurants is a local one called Eegees.

Fairle well kept neighborhood, with friendly people. Not far to travel to stores or fast food. There are scenic places to travel to that are not far, like picnic areas and mountains for skiing.

Is the other part of Tucson. So it's nice there's lots of establish communities establish neighborhood establish stories and that is very nice.

It is very close to many places such as the grocery store, restaurants, and a library. It is also very quiet which I like.

Everybody knows each other to a certain extent and looks out for each other. Everything is in walking distance as far as restaurants and fast food. Schools are close by as well as parks.

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Student living at the University of California, San Diego places students before a smorgasbord of activity, which benefits from a diverse student population, state-of-the-art campus and research facilities, access to San Diego's academic and cultural resources, and university apartments that are a stone's throw from some of the area's beaches. One of the University of California's ten general campuses, UCSD was founded in 1960, in the La Jolla neighborhood of San Diego. Nowadays, about 22,000 undergraduate and 5,000 graduate students enroll each year, many deciding to experience San Diego by living in a university apartment. This diverse student population is spread among six undergraduate colleges and six graduate divisions that together offer 125 majors, 52 masters degrees, 51 doctoral programs, and four professional degrees.

Many of those who rent off campus housing engage with one of UCSD's many research facilities. Notably, the university is a designated sea and space grant institution, operates the UC San Diego Medical Center, and is affiliated with the Salk Institute, Burnham Institute for Medical Research, and The Scripps Research Institute. Making student living at UCSD a unique experience, the campus also houses a dozen public art projects, known as the Stuart Collection, the Birch Aquarium and public museum, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, several open ocean research vessels and its very own sea port. These distinctions have led the U.S. News & World Report to rank UCSD's undergraduate program the 7th best among public universities in 2010.

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