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Science Rules!

We’re told today’s Frontiers of Science lecture was eye-opening and stimulating.

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18 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous FINE!

  • oh, frontiers. says:

    @oh, frontiers. this is wonderful. on a sidenote, we know this wouldn’t happen if helfand was still around.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous it was helfand…

  • this says:

    @this was actually taken during a pretty interesting helfand lecture.

  • Ron says:

    @Ron So is he bored by the Arts or the Sciences?

  • ONE CALORIE says:

    @ONE CALORIE EQUALS ENERGY!!!!!

  • silly kids says:

    @silly kids lecture powerpoints and audio are posted online. no need to actually go to class.

  • hey says:

    @hey that’s me!

  • Oh that is says:

    @Oh that is too good!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I actually really liked the lecture…

    1. If you did says:

      @If you did then you are a sad sad person who received improper science training at your high school.

      1. I received says:

        @I received proper training, and I occasionally liked the lectures, though not the sections. I guess it all depends on how much you feel that your knowledge needs to be validated.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous I got an A in Frontiers and I didn’t go to any of the lectures – all the info you need can be received by reading the ppts and going to seminar.

  • helfand says:

    @helfand is boss.

  • awwww says:

    @awwww poor last name A-Ks.

  • I never got it says:

    @I never got it I mean… if you’re going to sleep through class why bother going???

    undoubtably your pillow is more comfortable than the arts and sciences section of the NYT

  • i got says:

    @i got some of my best sleep in freshmen year in big lecture classes.

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