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The three most popular courses at Radcliffe this term are English courses: English 160, 123, and 151.
English 160, English and American Drama of the Twentieth Century, leads the list with an enrollment of 107 students. This is the second year that English 160 has taken first place.
English 123, Shakespeare, and English 151. The Nineteenth Century Novel, are in second and third place with 105 and 104 students respectively.
In second and third place last year were two courses that are not being given now. They were Psychology 7, Human Behavior, with 109 students, and English 170, American Literature since 1890, with 74 students.
Music 1 (90 students) and Social Relations 159, Development of the Child (89 students), are in fourth and fifth place this year. Last year Humanities 2 and Music 1 held these places with 73 and 71 students respectively.
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