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First Day of Class/English Review

“A good reader, a major reader, an active and creative reader is a rereader.” -Nabokov, On Good Readers and Good Writers Today marks the beginning of the semester! (Does anyone know why Berkeley starts its semester on a Thursday?) That’s right–it’s back to skool for me. Back to learning. Back to reading and writing. Back […]

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This or That

When my doe-eyed self first started college, I was swept off of my feet by academia. All of it captivated me: the grand and echoing lecture halls, the erudite opinions of the upperclassmen, the sophisticated academic journals, the fantastical maze-like hallways leading to a professor’s office. Everything felt new and fresh and intelligent, and I […]

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New GRE in August 2011

Educational Testing Service recently revealed plans to extensively revise the GRE for August 2011. We’ve heard this before. In 2006 they promised new formats and unique question-types for a fall 2007 linear version (same exam for everyone). Didn’t happen. When it became clear ETS couldn’t secure each and every testing site, they defaulted to the […]

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