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Remember the days when class moms would help you into your Power Rangers costume, march you and your classmates down to the school auditorium where you’d parade around the school to the dulcet tones of whatever the marching band was playing? Long before the horror of weekly readings, midterms and term papers plagued your boy […]

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The Business School joins a Common App-esque initiative, making it easier to get in. Maybe it wants to be an undergrad school for this Halloween? (Financial Times) Ever wonder in the midst of the OWS protests where on the scale of 1 to 100 you lie? Check out this interesting infographic showing a cross section […]

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