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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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How to Get The Classes You Didn’t Get During Registration

Ann Karneus, Kann Arneus April 26, 2018

Registration is hectic for everyone, and I know especially for underclassmen that it’s almost impossible to get all of the classes you want. You put yourself on the waitlist, you frantically email the...

Gender pronoun selection now included in registration

Sara Platnick January 28, 2016

Upon pre-registration for the Spring 2016 semester, in addition to common steps such as confirming their attendance and giving an emergency address, students for the first time ever could choose their...

Photos by Becca Mellema.

A Textbook Case of Catch-22

Lachlan Johnson November 29, 2012
Since the U.S. Congress passed the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) in 2008, professors and the Whitman bookstore have found themselves hard-pressed to conform to the act’s regulations regarding textbooks. The HEOA requires both publishers and academic institutions to provide students with information on the textbooks associated with courses, preferably before registration for those courses begins.

Changes lead to successful registration

Molly Johanson September 8, 2011
For first-year Umair Meredia, registering for his first college classes was “actually really successful." First-year Jose Beleche thought registration was “straightforward and simple."
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