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Walking out of a final often feels uncertain at the best of times, and you have no idea just how well you did or didn’t do. Here are some handy flowcharts, carefully constructed for each discipline, to help you tell if you should rejoice or despair. Reposted because flowcharts never get old.  Bwog’s Data Structures […]

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Bwog’s Data Structures Expert Brian Wagner put together these flow charts for your delectation. He basically figured out whether or not you are going to fail your classes. Finals may or may not be over, but either way, don’t count your chickens before they’ve hatched! Click the links below each image for a full-size version.

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Gerry Visco sent out an epic email to the Classics Department regarding their Halloween lunch!  Check out the excerpt below. We’ll also celebrate Halloween and its precursor, Samhain, the Celtic festival of the dead.  Whoever is able to throw together the best costume will win a prize of a gift certificate from Book Culture. Please […]

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