News Parents Can Use: Check Your Kids' Schedules in College
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  • Chris

    And yet, A students work for B students and B students work for C students. Perhaps all that networking (er, socializing) isn’t so bad after all.

  • RedWell

    My observation is that early morning students are bifurcated: half of them are industrious, the other half were so lazy or hung over the previous semester that they got stuck with the sober.

  • Walter Sobchak

    My kids attended a fancy expensive private university. I noticed that there were no 8:00 am classes, and many courses did not have Friday classes. The hours of operation seemed to be 9 to 4 Mon-Thur. They could easily expand the University by 60% if they were to adopt ordinary business hours.

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