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6/20/07 4:52 PM
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MikeD
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Does anyone know what the most common major at the University of Indiana is? A guest speaker says that it is leisure studies, but I find that hard to believe. Maybe I'm wrong?
6/22/07 5:08 PM
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Edited: 22-Jun-07
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We're you the only one in the room not laughing?
6/22/07 9:58 PM
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Edited: 22-Jun-07
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I wasn't there. Someone told me about it and I found it hard to believe.
7/2/07 11:37 AM
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Edited: 02-Jul-07
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Oh, okay. That must be the one I was referring to.
7/8/07 1:44 PM
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Are you guys that fucking stupid? The speaker was making a joke about how much people at IU party.
7/8/07 2:47 PM
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AaronU, It may be a party school, but that is not what he meant. He was dead serious. His comments were made when he was guest speaking during a graduate class (Organization and Administration in Public School). FWIW, the speaker works at the State Board of Education. Thanks for the info Peixes.
7/18/07 5:42 AM
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Edited: 18-Jul-07 05:53 AM
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There is no "University of Indiana." There IS an Indiana University, an Indiana State University, & a University of Indianapolis. There is no "Leisure Studies" program at any of the three. I suspect Aaron may be correct unless you provide more context for the statement. The only thing that even comes close to relating to that is that IU's Health & Physical Education staffs the most credit hours each semester, but that has nothing to do with what people are majoring in, nor does it have much to do with "leisure." I don't know how I'd even approach your question with IU, because they offer over 100 degrees & many of them are cross-departmental. There are probably a dozen different correct answers to the question. Kelley Business School, Psychology, Jacobs School of Music, School of Law, & School of Education are all really big.
8/8/07 9:38 PM
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9/12/07 10:48 AM
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Edited: 12-Sep-07
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