October 19, 2004

More about the SSLC thing

Follow-up to The Pains of trying to find a cheap laptop from James's Blog

also, if u do have any comments to make about issues with the EPAIS course, I should warn you that we're not allowed to discuss ANYTHING relating to specific lecturers/tutors/students etc, as this is against SSLC rules, and it's best that you take these issues to your personal tutor if appropriate. If not, come to me and I'll see what I can do, but there should be no open discussion of issues like, u'll have to see me/e-mail me privately.
Also, there is a meeting next Monday from 2–3pm in the Humanities building, top floor, can't remember which room, look at the notice on the Economics noticeboard. It's for any EPAIS 1st year students to raise any issues/problems that they would like us (that is, me and the other rep for our course, Gabriel Siles-Brugge, who organised the meeting) to address. Hope to see you there!

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