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Midterm Recitation, Tuesday (tomorrow) morning, 9:30-10:30
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- Subject: Midterm Recitation, Tuesday (tomorrow) morning, 9:30-10:30
- From: "William Cushing" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 10:52:16 -0700
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The recitation will be tomorrow morning, as that is the overhwelming
favorite among the respondants. The place will presumably be BYENG
576, although 510 is a fallback plan.
On 10/21/06, Kyle Sanner <email@example.com> wrote:
I'd prefer tuesday 9:30-10:30 for the recitation, and I'd like to see
Planning reviewed if possible.
On 10/19/06, William Cushing <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Well, a fair number of people seem to have a conflict from 10:40-11:55
> on tuesday, and tuesday is winning anyways (by a little bit; perhaps
> it is only the case that the e-mail obsessive (=early voters) prefer
> mornings?). So I figure if people are free 10:00-11:00, they must not
> have a 9:15-10:30 class (or a 10:40).
> Long story short, there is a late entry on the ballot, tuesday' --
> It will not be at a serious disadvantage despite the late entry,
> because I will assume that everyone who has said tuesday so far also
> likes tuesday' -- you only need to email me again if that isn't true.
> Ideally, tuesday' will absorb all the monday people and the people who
> are conflicting with both days.