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A First Look

They say college is a time to try different things. It’s a new world filled with endless possibilities and opportunities and that all our choices now will lead us into, what we hope will be, a successful future. 371 more words

New undergraduate course: ARTH 281C, From Rome to Batavia--City Planning before Haussmann

ARTH 281C REVISED: From Rome to Batavia: City Planning before Haussmann.

Fall 2014

Tuesdays/Thursdays, 1:15 pm – 2:40 pm


Professor: Richard Guy

Email: richardjohnguy@gmail.com

Office: Fine Arts 220A. 207 more words


Some signs you have been on College Confidential too much

College Confidential is an useful resource for would-be undergraduates and their parents. Unfortunately, CC, as with most college counseling websites, often attracts bright kids (in fact, a significant percentage of CC users have set their sights on some of the most selective colleges and universities in the world) in search for tips to build their undergraduate applications. 397 more words


I was not expecting medical school orientation to resemble fraternity initiation

To be fair, I’ve never been part of a sorority. Like most schools in Canada, greek life is not very popular in the university I did my undergraduate schooling in. 762 more words


Goals for a Digital Humanities Scholar

Firstly, to start this blogging experience for my Digital Humanities Introductory course, I would like to set some goals that I wish to accomplish–within this class, my undergraduate studies, and my future career. 233 more words

Career Goals

Eleanor's Blog - 26 August 2014

Hi everyone, I hope you got the results you were aiming for and I look forward to welcoming some of you to The University of Manchester in September! 1,098 more words


Blessing publishes paper on Muslim Brotherhood

Molly Blessing ’15 published an article in Al Nakhlah on the Muslim Brotherhood. The piece is entitled, “Responses to revolutions: A comparative analysis of the actions of the Muslim Brotherhood branches in Egypt and Syria in the wake of the Arab Spring.” … 43 more words