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Every Harvard teacher from the most senior Faculty member to the lowliest teaching fellow has been wearing a nervous mask of late, anticipating the arrival of the CRIMSON's 11th annual Confidential Guide to Courses.
The publication which deftly analyzes some 200 Harvard courses, will be off the presses in a few days.
"I use it, I love it. I recommend it to my friends," a Harvard sophomore said of the Confi Guide. "The nastiest, most unprintable garbage I've ever seen," snarled an unidentified Lowell House tutor.
Copies are available at Registration or at the CRIMSON offices for a pittance-$1.75 to be exact.
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