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Monday, April 16th, 2012
1:03 pm - M.Arch, looking for pratt grad student roommate(s) fall 2012
archelonghorn Hey y'all. 24 year old male from Austin, TX accepted into M.Arch first professional program for Fall 2012. Have been checking out the ads on craig's list and am hopeful to find a couple/few other architecture (GAUD or other major) grad students interested in living in a reasonably affordable share in the Clinton Hill area. Probably looking for an early/mid August time frame? Where's everyone looking? Finding any deals? I'm pretty easy to get along with. I'll likely spend a fair amount of my time at school in studio, so it would be awesome to come home to an environment of chill guys I can get along with. That and I'd much rather live with classmates than strangers. Willing to live with females too as long as there is no drama =) Would be nice to get out of the neighborhood every once in a while...

anyone interested in throwing some ideas out there, reply, or feel free to email me @ michael.monroeut@gmail.com


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Thursday, March 15th, 2012
1:00 pm - Masters Student - Looking for Apartment - August 2012
daidream Hello!

I was just accepted to Pratt's MS Communication Design Program. (I am kind of surprised that Pratt is still using LiveJournal- I haven't been on this site since 2002 - Hmm...hope this Communications program is up to date!)

So I am moving back east, leaving SF to move back to NY. I am looking to move into a place in Brooklyn. Would love to live with other Pratt Master Degree students. Please let me know if you need a roommate! Please contact me via email: AS436@yahoo.com



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Sunday, October 23rd, 2011
6:47 pm - KWESTYONS

Hi, PrattComm!

I posted earlier this year with a couple of questions re: (debt management) tuition, and today I've got a couple more, primarily about the (illustration) portfolio. I tried e-mailing Pratt directly but didn't receive a satisfactory answer, so here I am! My apologies in advance if I've overlooked something...obvious, lol. Anyway, questions:

- Regarding the portfolio, how many pieces would a two-page comic be? Would the comic count as a single piece?

- Would Pratt accept a photograph as a piece? Or are only drawn pieces accepted?

- Is illustrated pornography acceptable as a piece? What would be considered inappropriate subject material, if anything?

- My last question is about transferring credits. I intend to take a few classes at my community college to knock out my math/history/etc. course requirements, but I don't have a clue to which ones'd be accepted by Pratt. Could you tell me where to start/point me in the right direction?

Thanks, everyone! Hope your summer's going well!

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Tuesday, October 11th, 2011
2:19 pm

I'm selling my iPod Touch 4g (it's the current one) for $185. It's near new, with a little bit of scratches on the side. 8GB. It's awesome, but I have an iPhone, so it's just sitting there. I'll be at Pratt tomorrow if you're interested.

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Thursday, September 22nd, 2011
2:45 pm - interested in pratt for 2012-2013 school year(:

hi, my name is Kelsey and i'm interesting in applying to the writing program at Pratt next fall. I was wondering what kind of advice any current or former students have for me. From the appication to portfolio to advice on the school itself.

thanks in advance for your help! (:

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Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
5:03 pm - Cheap Textbooks! Yeah

Nineteenth Century European Art (2nd edition) by Petra Ten-Doesschate Chu.
Hardcover. $40.

A History of World Societies (7th edition), Volume C by John P. McKay
Paperback. $10

Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons by Leonard Maltin
Paperback. $15

I can meet you on campus. Leave a comment and we can figure out details.

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Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
1:15 pm - anyone have these teachers??
zebenter Lisabeth During (philosophy)

Chang Park (economics)

Pat Cummings (children's books)

I don't really know much about them, so if you took them, please tell me what they were like/if i should switch to another class. thanks for your time!:)

(also, please recommend good (as in easy/informative) SS/liberal art classes, thanks!)

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Sunday, August 21st, 2011
5:09 pm - Free 2 day shipping on Amazon for college students

Just a heads up to fellow college students, Amazon is offering a free 6 month Prime membership to all college students again this year. All you need is a valid .edu email address and you can enjoy free 2 day shipping! http://amzn.to/rrN4Kh

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Friday, August 19th, 2011
8:09 am - Advice for an incoming freshman?
newyorkisburnt So I'll be attending Pratt in a few days, moving in, in a day, and I was wondering if anyone had any advice for an incoming freshman about the school or the Communications Design department, thanks! 

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Sunday, July 31st, 2011
6:36 pm - Color-aid for sale (2011)

I am selling my slightly used Color-Aid, 314 colors (full set) 6"x9". Any incoming freshman or transfer students will have to take a class called "Light, Color, and Design" (aka LCD) and this is always on your supply list.

It is insanely expensive if you buy it brand new in a store, I originally paid over $140 for it at Pearl Paint. I am looking to get at least $50 for it, but might go lower, I really just want to get rid of it. I did not use most of the colors, and only a few are missing completely.

Please message me here if you are interested with your e-mail address and I will get back to you via e-mail.


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