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OPINIONS
Wednesday, June 8, 2005
photo Making it count: How to pick the right classes

Welcome to Orientation, freshmen. You're no doubt getting your first taste of life away from home. Not bad, if a little scary, eh? In the very near future you'll be whisked away to the hideous Park Student Union, charged with the daunting task of choosing classes for the fall semester.

First, the bad news: There aren't many classes left. Budget cuts and the fact that everyone else registered months ago means you get the shaft. Anything with a remotely interesting title is gone. Sociology of Sexuality? You'd have to be an athlete. Not to mention entire departments restrict their listings partially or completely. No, you're going to be looking at such wonders as Elementary Persian and Introduction to Plant Pathology. [Read article]

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A Third Road between Left and Right dummies

The scene from "All the President's Men" is memorable: from the Library of Congress rotunda we peer down on the concentric spirals of study desks, an eager and curious duo of Bob Woodward and Gordon Bernstein delving deep into our nation's greatest library our font of knowledge pulling disturbing and important facts from volume after volume of government documents, all to bring down a corrupt and unethical President. [Read article]

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