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We Know Your Professors Have Said Some Weird Shit

It’s the end of the semester, and everyone’s getting tired. We’re tired, the dogs who sometimes meander across Low are tired, even Prezbo’s weather machine is tired (of making it look as though summer has come early for Days on Campus). But few people are more tired than our professors, who have had to give […]

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A Call For Closing Remarks

Classes are ending. That’s either a very good thing or a very bad thing, depending on how you look at it. On one hand, classes are ending! On the other hand, finals. Either way, one thing is sure: Your professors are going to start saying things on a spectrum of downright weird to incredibly inspiring, […]

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