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Please Drop This Class

Registration has never been particularly kind to the Creative Writing Department. Students apply for workshops right before the semester starts and have to get an Add/Drop form signed and brought to Kent, conveniently right downstairs from CW classes! the CSA. It’s not uncommon to hear complaints of a $15 “late registration” fee charged on top of tuition […]

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Bwoglines: Invested Edition.

Something you should’ve invested in: bitcoin. Also known as the future of money? (Time). We’ve already invested in a new mayor. But what about the other nine? (NY Times) Look who’s all grown up and running at Regionals (Hint: it’s the Columbia XC Team). And don’t forget it’s registration this week! May the odds be […]

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