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Class registration for Fall semester is under way, starting today for you rising seniors. Instructions sponsored by Kendrick Lamar: Check SSOL for your appointment times. Drank. Go to CULPA to get more info. Drank.  Use the University Bulletin to get useless info. Drank.  Set your schedule using ADI’s helpful tool.  Pass out. Drank. Pass out. Drank. A […]

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Yesterday, the USenate held a two-hour townhall on “Open Course Evaluations” in the Law School. Around 40 people attended, including a fair number of students.  The details of the proposal can be found here: the basic gist is that the primarily quantitative data will be released online, with at least one qualitative question, “Would you recommend […]

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