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New Programs Galore

There are some new programs about in different schools, so check out what’s up below. GS has a joint program with Sciences Po, a French place. It’s a double-BA thing with a lot of languages and internationalism. The J-School and SEAS are also currently actively recruiting for their first class for their new dual MS […]

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QuickSpec: There Is Only One Story Today Edition

Before anything happened, Lauren Salz advised the next president to break his promises.  Obama won.  Yes, he did.  Just in time to find Washington decimated. We watched it in Harlem, Times Square, Virginia and the Broadway Sky Lounge. Now what?  Apply for grad school! 

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QuickSpec: Logical Reasoning Edition

Pretty building on campus exists for a reason Dates set-ish for Manhattanville, something should happen somewhere possibly in Spring 2009 CU grad schools prefer if grad students take grad student classes, undergrads get fussy Feast your eyes: 800 words on why the economic crisis is actually a good thing. Finally, no CU student will want […]

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