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Another month, another round-up of Columbia-centric news.  We’re almost back in action, kittens, so rest up till September. To ease registration pains, Columbia added a “Wish List” feature that automatically enrolls you in the classes you choose during your registration slot, and you’ll be able to see course syllabi a few days before registration as […]

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We check SSOL so you don’t have to! A few days ago, Lit Hum and CC profs were unmasked, and today Art and Music Hummers should be up too. Bonus points if your Core professors are actually on CULPA. (Hint: they never are.) Google away then wallow or rejoice!

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Registration is Open

A friendly reminder that you can register for fall classes for a week from today through June 24! Ideally, in mid-June not everyone is sitting at their computer desperately trying to get into Music Hum, so pounce on that place now. Are we having fun yet?

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The University Registrar sent out an e-mail this morning announcing two new registration periods scheduled for this summer. You will be able to add and drop classes on SSOL from Monday, June 13th, through Friday, June 24th and from Monday, August 1st, through Friday, August 12th. There will be no priority in registration on the […]

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