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February 13, 2013


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Greg Freedman

Thanks for the update. Brings back memories from my time in Oxford, 1983-1984.

Stuart Patterson

Thanks to you Greg - makes me wonder what your time was like. I suspect some things have changed. Anyway, we'll be posting more soon!

Netiya Shiner

"what some Shimer students do with all their time off..." what time off? i haven't heard about this "time off"!!!


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