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Article by Lia Woodward
December 4, 2011

Week in Review: Time waits for no News

Your second best source for the week’s Daily Trojan Headlines Greek groups focus on new member integration Mainly because Greek organizations would like to start a tradition of having special activities that are just for new members for about one semester before they get to officially join, because that’s a fresh new idea. “Sweet Tenor”:... MORE »

Article by Leah Folta
January 31, 2011

GE Requirements: A Brief Course Guide

The main things all GEs have in common are: – Attendance will be highest the first day and on exam days.  – Any other day, the class will be 1-50% of that size.  – Your TA desperately wishes you would participate/give a shit/like them.   – Your professor is probably blissfully enjoying both tenure and lecturing to an audience of... MORE »

Article by Rud
November 22, 2010

Syracuse Drops All Hard Science Courses

It was reported today that after this semester, Syracuse University will no longer carry “hard science” courses, opting instead to allow students to fulfill the requirement with much softer sciences, such as Earth Science, Astronomy and Pottery. This decision was made after scheduling commenced and the University realized that there were a total of 4... MORE »