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Send one restricted mail with authorization only for the dean of admissions to sign for it, it's a little expensive, and include a self-addressed stamp envelope and your own little form letter for them to accept your offer, just try to see what it takes to actually get a response.
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I'd happily send a rejection letter to all the other schools via FED EX overnight delivery just to get their response.
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btw.... i'm home (hence the boredom) but i get to be with my 3 pups for a few days.. so that's always good
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im sitting in the library asphyxiating with laughter and trying not to draw attention to myself. that is the funniest thing i have heard since...i dont even know!
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