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The Ones That Got Away: Academic Edition

You can’t take every class in the catalog, sadly.

Some people would have you believe that the most important matchmaking you do in college is to find a future spouse. In fact, it is actually the matchmaking at the beginning of every semester, as you plan the perfect schedule. Bwog Staff would like to take this time to commemorate “the ones that got away”: the classes that overlapped with a class for our major requirements, or met at a bizarre time, or had a years-long waitlist, or were not meant to be for any other reason.

  • US Lesbian and Gay History
  • Introduction to Sexuality Studies
  • Women of the Left Bank
  • Immigration NYC
  • Computing in Context
  • Origins of Human Society
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Ancient Table: Archaeology of Cooking and Cuisine
  • Advanced French Translation
  • Immigration after 9/11
  • Freedom of Speech and Press
  • Cultural History of Japanese Monsters
  • Indigenous Place-Thought
  • Introduction to Machining
  • Introduction to the History of Architecture

That harbinger of academic doom via CU Directory of Classes

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