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HOW NOT TO GET INTO 89 CHESTNUT??

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hey everyone
I am looking to go to UTSG for arts next year, and I was wondering:
which college sends the most students to 89 Chestnut? I'd really prefer to get one of the on campus residence spots and would like to know which colleges would be the most likely to send me there. I've heard Trinity sends many students there, and I'd guess that Woodsworth also does because of the high demand for spots in its amazing building. Is it true that the best spots are given to the students with the highext marks? Anyone have any more info?
Thanks a lot.
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Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.
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@gassergasser wrote
Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.


1984?
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@gassergasser wrote
Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.


1984?
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@Viking21 wrote

@gassergasser wrote
Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.


1984?



YES!!!!!!!!!!!

Did you read that book in english as well?
I actually really liked it, made me think.
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The depressing ending was a change from the "happily ever after" fairy tale that we all are accustomed to seeing nowadays on TV. It was a decent novel and 10000X better than Shakespeare.
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@gassergasser wrote

@Viking21 wrote

@gassergasser wrote
Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.


1984?



YES!!!!!!!!!!!

Did you read that book in english as well?
I actually really liked it, made me think.



i loved the book. Best book I was forced to read in high school.
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@gassergasser wrote
Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me.


Got chills when I read that line at the end of the book. Truly brilliant.
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