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<<Had to take one 'humanities' course a semester for first 3 years. One was anthropology. Forgot 99% of it the day I graduated along with psychology and some other stuff I don't even remember I took. I didn't find myself and it was a distraction.


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I was a member of the University of Washington Amateur Radio Club. An EE major talked about the need for courses like that to provide intellectual "breadth" to college graduates.

He thought there was a lot to recommend that ----and suggested that every college graduate be required to complete a year of regular college calculus to obtain that breadth.


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