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RT @DrConnieJohnson: Interesting read from @ctuniversity professor @Dr_Ayad .

Keep going #CTUstrong!

@American_Dood Congratulations!

A calendar is a great way to #stayorganized. If something takes more than 15 minutes, add it to your calendar (even time to rest). And always refer to your calendar before making plans. Fortunately, smart phones have made keeping a calendar super easy. Here’s a list of great calendar apps. Which is your favorite?

RT @CTUsecurity: Migrant crisis: Migration to Europe explained in graphics

Zach is looking for some opinions on the BA in IT program. Let him know what you thought of it!

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