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By Caillan
May 21, 2002 - 3:35 PM

Hello World!

I found out this week that UQ doesn't offer a major in Greek and Latin anymore. They abolished it at the beginning of this year, not knowing that three of us had started it in 2001. Fortunately, the Classics department is going to apply for special consideration for us, which is very good of them.

Apparently, no one had actually taken the major until we started last year. You don't have to declare your majors until the end of the second year, so we would have been in for a nasty shock if we had waited any longer to mention it.

In other news from Caillan's world of Classics & Sci-Fi - 'Alias' totally rocked last night. Of course, it always rocks, but this was really something. The episode was 'Page 47,' and the ending was absolutely stunning. I'm so glad I've managed to avoid reading spoilers for the series - it's definitely worth it.

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