From Professor Philip HablutzelSubscription information for the Wall Street Journal
Students, faculty and staff can obtain discounted subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal for:
One year = $88; 26 weeks = $45; 15 weeks = $29.
Use the sign-up sheet outside office 829 or e-mail Prof. Hablutzel (PHABLUTZ).
Most Chicago-Kent people have it delivered to their home address; it arrives very early in the morning, usually about 4:00 or 5:00am. When the subscription begins, the newspaper will bill you directly. Similar discounts are available for Barron's and the Financial Times (see info on counter in the bookstore or outside office 829).
From Professor Richard WrightThe group exam review session for Professor Wright's fall 1999 Torts course will commence at 10:00am in room 590 Wednesday, February 9. After the review session, any student may schedule a short individual meeting with Professor Wright to go over his or her exam, but only if he or she has (1) previously attended all of the group review session and signed the attendance sheets, which will be distributed at the beginning and end of the review session, and (2) picked up, gone over, and returned his or her exam answer and the associated annotated outline of the exam issues. The individual meetings are solely for the purpose of discussing strengths and weaknesses on the exams to improve future exam performance. Individual grades cannot be changed and will not be discussed or debated at the individual meetings.
During the period beginning Wednesday, February 2, at 9:00am and ending Wednesday, February 9, at 5:00pm, each student may check out his or her exam answer, an annotated outline of the exam issues keyed to his or her exam, and a copy of the exam question from Professor Wright's assistant, Silas Gladney, who sits outside room 725. The exam answer and the annotated outline of the exam issues must be returned to Mr. Gladney by 5:00pm, Friday, February 11. You may keep the exam question and make and keep a copy of your exam answer and the annotated outline of the exam issues.