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Google previewed their “augmented reality” glasses, inciting debate about what results they could produce. (Nine MSN, Slash Gear, ZDNet) Giant panda’s sex life is becoming less of a mystery–but that doesn’t make yours any easier. (MSNBC) Wall Streeters are no longer dismissing techno as some weird things kids these days are mysteriously into.  (NYTimes) The […]

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Hark, third semester SEASlings, start pondering your major, because declaration starts tomorrow. Becoming a real college student is only a few clicks away! Remember, switching is possible, so don’t feel too pigeonholed. There’s always that mythic liberal arts education to fall back on.

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You will be missed, Dean Valentini. (read more)
Dean Valentini To Step Down As Dean In June 2022
September 23, 2021
as a book culture cashier, <3 <3 <3 ;) (read more)
A Poem For The Cashiers At Book Culture
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This is presumably related to Deantini's stiff resistance, documented by Bwog, to Prezbo's suggestion that untenured faculty should be pressured (read more)
Dean Valentini To Step Down As Dean In June 2022
September 23, 2021
Actually, entering first-years are the last to register--so you were ahead of about 1500 students in Columbia College alone--just sayin'. (read more)
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