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Postby Prof. Cosmo B. Mott » Tue Oct 01, 2013 2:59 pm

(I meant to do this earlier, but better late than never, right?)

Below is a list of assignments I've received. If you've sent something and your ID doesn't appear in the appropriate list, give it a resend. :)

Assignment 1
ni1119

Assignment 2
ni1119

Assignment 3
ni1119

Assignment 4
ni1119

Final
ni1119

Extra Credit Things
"...they didn't think there was anything very odd in anyone being a little odd."
-James Hilton's Random Harvest

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Re: Received Assignments

Postby Prof. Cosmo B. Mott » Mon Nov 14, 2016 7:18 pm

Ha ha ha, ha, ha... ha....

So I may have forgotten this thread even existed. Whoopsie crumbs. But I'll try to keep it updated for this term, see how it goes. *crosses fingers*

Oh, and if you've sent something in before the date given and don't see it listed here, let me know!

Received Assignments, as of November 13

Opening Survey
ma1602

Assignment 1
he1074
lu1443
ma1602
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Re: Received Assignments

Postby Prof. Cosmo B. Mott » Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:47 am

Spring 2017 Received Assignments
Updated June 22

Survey 1
ga942
ra686
bi830

Survey 2
ga942
ra686

Assignment 1
bi830
ga942
ra686

Assignment 2
ga942
ra686
bi830

Assignment 3
ga942
ra686
bi830

Assignment 4
ga942
ra686

Final
ga942
ra686

Research Project
ga942
ra686

Scarf Project
ga942
ra686


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