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Yesterday I received a newsletter for Windsor Law Applicants. Anyone else receive this? Probably means nothing but curious anyway. 

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I wasn't sure if it had been sent to everyone. I was almost sure that someone would have posted something already if they did. I didn't see anything posted yet so wanted to ask. But you maybe right. 

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I got an e-mail from Windsor telling me that I had 30 days to remove my car from the Dean of Admissions parking space before they planned to crush it into a cube. Anyone else get this same e-mail?

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Yes but I'm not black so it was prob sent to all applicants 

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