Back To School

Back To School

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I've always loved Rodney Dangerfield's Back To School. I laugh out loud just thinking about that film. This week I'm doing my own version of Back To School. Monday night I did my annual talk with InSITE, the Columbia/NYU joint program that puts graduate students (mostly law school and business...
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