Pre-registration is upon us once again. In case you haven’t even thought about pre-registering because it’s freaking November and who are you to think more than an hour in advance, here’s your warning: Seniors register at 8 a.m. Tuesday (tomorrow), juniors on Wednesday, sophomores on Thursday and first-years on Friday.
Whether you’re deciding between that upper-level CS class and an experimental literary arts class or an 8 a.m. Monday lecture and a Friday afternoon seminar, BlogDH is here to help. Just remember: the secret to a great schedule is selecting courses based on their name alone.
We present the Spring 2016 course superlatives:
AMST0912: Unsettled Things: Objects and Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century America
…likely to have the best field trips
ARCH2744: Egyptian Art in New England Museums
…likely to have the most dangerous field trips
LITR1230: Latin American Death Trip
CLPS1720: Human Resilience
PHP1680: Tobacco, Smoking, and the Evil Empire
BIOL2350: The Biology of Aging
MUSC0221: Electroacoustic Improv Ensemble
…likely to bring out your inner child
PHYS0113: Squishy Physics
MCM1700: Theory for Practice/Practice as Theory
ENGN1480: Metallic Materials
…likely to blow up Barus & Holley
PHYS1170: Introduction to Nuclear and High Energy Physics
…useful on a Saturday night
PHP1520: Emergency Medical Systems: An Anatomy of Critical Performance
…practical for crossing Thayer St.
ENGL2901C: Pedestrian Theory: Walking, Working, Waking