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Does anyone else feel that way?! Go to these study spots with extended hours and compare how many finals you have with the person sitting next to you as the sun rises. As always, Lerner is open 24 hours during reading week and exams.  Mudd is open for everyone with swipe access: SEAS students or […]

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Are you a freshman freaking out about finals? The 2012 Class Council has taken heed of your mania, setting up a new study buddy finding system called FAC, Freshman Academic Connection. Students input their courses and areas of expertise, and the Council will compile a list of participating students and send it to RAs. Freshmen, […]

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