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Old 07-24-2005, 01:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Keith P. Kovatch
Am I the only one who hasn't gotten an actual confirmation of my classes?

You can go to the campusweb login and on the left where it says classes or schedule or something...click it and it'll have your classes there.
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Old 07-24-2005, 11:48 AM
Dara L. Goldberg
 
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Smile my totally awesome classes!

just to make stalking easier i thought i'd put the times too.

monday:
introduction to computers and computing 8.20 am
american government and politics 12.15 pm
computer training 4 pm

tuesday:
the american politician 9.00 am
water aerobics 7.30 pm

wednesday:
introduction to computers and computing 8.20 am
american government and politics 12.15 pm
introduction to sociology 2.30 pm

thursday:
the american politician 9.00 am
introduction to computers and computing lab 10.25 am
water aerobics! 7.30 pm

friday:
american government and politics 12.15 pm
introduction to sociology 2.30 pm
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Old 07-25-2005, 08:39 PM
Dia O'Neil
 
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introduction to computers and computing 8.20 am

ouch, have fun with that 8:20 comp course. it's a bitch to actually wake up for.

do you have germansky? he's a cool character at least...the class is actually pretty fun even if it does become really annoying to have to drag your computer all the way to BC twice a week.
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Old 07-25-2005, 08:43 PM
Dia O'Neil
 
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Originally Posted by Morgan K. Osbaldeston
I requested the following:

FRSM 1 - First Year Seminar [1st Choice was Zen & the Art of Critical Thinking]
SPAN 1 - Fundamentals of Oral & Written Spanish
ENG 9 - Literary Analysis
ANTH 4 - Cultural Diversity: Cultural Anthropology & Linguistics


if you get that seminar, i'll sell you my books [the ones i can, at least]. cheap cheap cheap!
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Old 07-26-2005, 11:35 AM
Zachary C. Kanfer
 
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do you have germansky? he's a cool character at least...the class is actually pretty fun even if it does become really annoying to have to drag your computer all the way to BC twice a week.

yeah, he is pretty cool. and the class is good, too. It can be incredibly easy, too, if you have people who have no idea how to do anything, because every test, quiz (except one really easy one), and even the final are open-note, open-book, and open-computer. So, if you know how to search on google for any answers, or how to search in powerpoint (ctrl-f) in the presentations he gives you, you'll be golden.
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Old 07-28-2005, 10:30 AM
Gary A. Hochman
 
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Originally Posted by Morgan E. Edwards
I'm Morgan from Maryland, Theatre and Bio major so I should be busy...

Chem 6 + lab
Bio 7 +lab
Theatre 15
Theatre 25
FRSM - evaluating survey research

Morgan, after talking to Bio Majors and Theatre Majors alike, I have confirmed what I originally thought when I read your post. Basicially, it is very, very difficult to have a Bio/Theatre double major at Drew. First, both are intense, time consuming, majors. Second, you will have to up late working on shows for theatre and then have very early Bio classess the next morning. Finally, as you get farther into the majors, you are going to have a lot of conflicts. Theatre classes tend to be mostly later in the day (due to the fact that they are usually up quite late at night) which is a time frame that will be mostly consumed by your bio labs.
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Old 07-29-2005, 11:41 AM
Keith P. Kovatch
 
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o man my spanish class is at 645pm lol i think i might drop it and take it next semester
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Old 07-29-2005, 06:59 PM
Benjamin R. Shedlock
 
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I have a 4-5 monday computer class

And Meghan Anderson is the only other really cool person here, as she is the only other person I see who is taking Arabic... Chinese is close, though.

I also have intro. to islam and political ideologies. My FRSM is evaluating survey research
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Old 07-29-2005, 08:49 PM
Tara E. Vacha
 
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Originally Posted by Dana B. Etkowicz
Hey everyone! I am taking...
econ 5 section 001
english 9 section 002
Poli sci. 2 001
French 20 001
and computer training on mondays from 4-5.
Is anyone else in these classes?

i've got english 9 002.
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Old 07-30-2005, 09:15 AM
Keith P. Kovatch
 
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i've got english 9 002.
WOW I just noticed ur pic "La vie Boheme" have u every seen RENT?
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