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Old 10-01-2006, 02:45 PM
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NOT THIS YEAR - STILL GOT 1 EXAM TO GO.

I DO PLAN ON ATTENDING NEXT YEAR, ALTHOUGH I'M SURE A LOT IS QUITE DIFFERENT SINCE I LEFT.
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I was planning to go up for Alumni weekend but I just decided not to go. I am too burnt out and need sleep.
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Maybe I'll go next year.

And I graduated the year that Stephen Jay Gould gave the key note speech and then the Class speaker trashed the faculty for, among other things, choosing someone that we did not want to hear (and giving us no input).

Not a boring grajiation seremony.
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class of 2004

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onondaga my soph year.
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I lived in Onondaga for freshman year.
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Class of 2005!
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Class of 2000, had that guy from Mad About You speak at Graduation.

Was in CIW, then Hinman then Hillside.
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Class of 2000, had that guy from Mad About You speak at Graduation.
Yeah, it seems that they're playing up Paul Reiser a lot now.

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Same here for the 1st two. As for Hillside, do you mean those buildings just up the hill from Hinman (on the other side of the parking lot)?
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I think those are Hillside... we used to call them "Grad" for graduate housing.
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Yeah, it seems that they're playing up Paul Reiser a lot now.



Same here for the 1st two. As for Hillside, do you mean those buildings just up the hill from Hinman (on the other side of the parking lot)?
I went to school with one of the lesser Baldwins. He graduated in 86 (I think).
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