Does anyone know of a way to obtain sketchy information about universities?

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  1. BelairPlayer

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    Does anyone know of a way to obtain sketchy information about universities? Preferably this information would be about universities in countries that I don't live in, described in a language that I don't speak, utilizing characters that I can't read. I'd gladly pay. I have my credit card handy. Please let me know if you come across anything like that.
     
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  3. Steve Holt

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    I'm not an expert at this, but just wait and someone will come along soon to help.
     
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    Frank'n'censed Doctor of Teleocity

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    “Does anyone know of a way to obtain sketchy information about universities?”

    Canvas the fine arts department
     
  5. AAT65

    AAT65 Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Ooooh burn!!!:p:p:lol:

    (I’m an engineering graduate, my wife studied arts at the same uni at the same time... there were many arts-faculty gags, that’s a good one...)
     
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    You're kinda all over the place there. Best I can do is recommend seeking comfort from an Auburn coed.
     
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    I wish I could help but first I need the name of your favourite pet, your mothers maiden name, your favourite book and name of your home town.

    Im also curious, whats your prefered 4 digit sequence? Im just doin some maths you wouldnt understand..
     
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    Mrs Daddy is a Doctor of History, teaching in a local university. Most of the undergrads are not sharp enough to take advantage of someone offering a dodgy leg-up. They don't even take advantage of a legitimate one.
     
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  9. Larry F

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    This has MLA written all over it.
     
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    As someone with an MLA (Stanford, class of 2005), I can say with confidence as a post-Structuralist that while I cannot summarize what I believe, my opinion on this subject can be generally defined as existing in opposition to the Structuralist view on the matter.
     
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    wow!..this is your lucky day..stay tuned
     
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    Whatever it is, it has failed to account fully for Human Agency, so I'll go ahead and level that critique now
     
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    I have nothing to contribute here.
     
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  15. Mike Eskimo

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    Interesting that those emoji's come from the engineering side of the campus. Usually associate actual facial expressions much more with those in the arts rather than the spectrum-y "well we know how the world works !" flat affect superiority of the pocket protector crowd.

    (Sorry - back-to-back engineer next door neighbor residual weariness...)
     
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