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Columbia is one of ten universities to unveil a new type of small, personalized online classes. No word yet on whether online students will be required to take Lit Hum. (NBC)

General Petraeus made his first public appearance since resigning as Director of the CIA. Apparently, even though he’s no longer in charge, we still need the information he has. (WSJ)

Hostess has announced it will be filing for bankruptcy…but where will we get our Twinkies? (Huff Post)

And it turns out Guy Fieri’s restaurant is Times Square is bad. Just really, really bad. (NYT)

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  • Alum says:

    @Alum “Columbia is one of ten universities to unveil a new type of small, personalized online classes.”

    No it isn’t. According to the article, the ten universities are Brandeis, Duke, Emory, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Rochester, Wake Forest, Washington University and Vanderbilt.

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