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CC, GS, and Barnard have until 5 pm today to Pass/D/Fail classes.  This fantastic tool allows you to be less pressured in that one awful class and definitely helps your GPA.  Plus, if you end up doing well you can just choose to unveil your grade at the end of the semester.  Win-win (win)! Today […]

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Actually things aren’t nearly that apocalyptic. Today marks the Pass/D/Fail deadline for CC, Barnard and GS. Cut yourself some slack, friends. Pass/D/ Fail is a glorious invention that melts away the burden of grades with a simple form. Plus, at the end of the semester, P/D/Fers can see the grade they would have gotten and […]

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Hey CC and SEAS students—or C-SEAS students for short!—guess what’s finally here? No, not nice weather. And no, not Bacchanal (yet). Unfortunately, it’s not Christmas either. But it IS still an important and exciting day, because it’s your last chance to drop a SEAS class or register to Pass/D/Fail a CC class. Same goes for […]

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