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2013 - Fall

Honors College (HN)

Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC)


BIC 1212
Exam Life I:Human Dev/Col Life
1212   Examined Life I: Human Development and College Life        
Co-requisite(s): BIC 1314 and 1413.
   Enables freshmen to make sound choices for personal growth through self-reflection, critical thinking, and decision making within the context of the university.  Human development and wellness theories are discussed to encourage greater intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual awareness. Students will be introduced to the goals, structure, and rationale of the BIC, as well as to the academic life of the university. Students will be encouraged to reflect on the enduring value of a liberal arts education and how best to pursue one.
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01Closed0-1N/A28457TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 330
View BooksMelanie NogalskiGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N1Open161N/A13898TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 330
View BooksMelanie NogalskiGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N10Closed170N/A26136TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 102
View BooksAdam D. MooreGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N2Closed170N/A13899TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 2032Regular
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View BooksMartha Lou ScottGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N3Closed180N/A13900TR0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 4082Regular
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View BooksCassie FindleyGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N4Closed170N/A13901TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMSDRICH 216
View BooksJames G. MarshGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N5Closed170N/A13902TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 2152Regular
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View BooksLauren WheelerGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N6Open171N/A13903TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 1522Regular
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View BooksJennifer P. MartinsenGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N7Open171N/A13904TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 1092Regular
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View BooksAndrew R. TelepGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N8Open171N/A13905TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMSDRICH 224
View BooksWill WilliamsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
N9Closed170N/A21854TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB KAYSER2Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMSDRICH 206
View BooksDoriss HambrickGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 1314
World Cultures I
1314   World Cultures I: Roots of Culture                          
Co-requisite(s): BIC 1212 and 1413.
   Embraces the period from the dawn of civilizations to 500 A.D. The course is arranged chronologically and seeks to widen views of our own culture by studying selected early civilizations and their values. Original sources will be selected from such cultures as the prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Chinese, Hebrew, Greek, early Christian, and Roman. By reading and studying original texts and objects from these cultures, students will be exposed to widely differing views of what it means to be human. They will also have the opportunity to refine critical writing and speaking skills. The course will provide students with the broad cultural and historical context in which they may examine their own identities.
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01Closed170N/A13908MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB 1043Regular
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View BooksJason A. WhitlarkGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed170N/A13909MWF0125PM - 0215PMDRAPER 2033Regular
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View BooksCandi CannGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed170N/A13910MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMMORRSN 105
View BooksMark LongGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Open172N/A13911MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMTIDWEL 210
View BooksDavid Warren HendonGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
05Open171N/A13912MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMSDRICH 226
View BooksIvo NovakovicGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
06Closed170N/A13913MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMSDRICH 224
View BooksJeff HuntGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
07Closed170N/A21833MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMMMSCI 302
View BooksLauren PoorGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
08Closed170N/A21834MWF0125PM - 0215PMDRAPER 2003Regular
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View BooksSteven JugGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
09Open171N/A13916MWF0125PM - 0215PMALEX 1153Regular
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View BooksStacey HibbsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
10Closed170N/A13917MWF0125PM - 0215PMHSB KAYSER3Regular
MWF0125PM - 0215PMSDRICH 206
View BooksKyle WeltyGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 1413
World of Rhetoric I
1413   World of Rhetoric I                                        
Co-requisite(s): BIC 1212 and 1314.
Prerequisite(s): Students must be accepted into the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core Program to enroll in BIC 1413.
   Emphasizes those principles essential to the production of clear and effective informative and persuasive/argumentative communication.  Assignments will include communication exercises designed to engage students in activities that develop critical thinking, logical reasoning, and effective communication skills. Course work will include the writing of informative, persuasive, and critical essays and the presentation of informative and persuasive speeches. Thematically linked with the other first semester courses in the BIC, the course units are designed to provide students with the written and oral communication skills necessary to function effectively in university courses both within and outside of the Interdisciplinary Core.
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01Open171N/A23701TR0800AM - 0915AMSDRICH 2314Regular
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View BooksLeslie BallardGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed170N/A13919TR0800AM - 0915AMDRAPER 1214Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksCarrolle KampermanGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed170N/A13920TR0930AM - 1045AMSDRICH 2314Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksLeslie BallardGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Closed17-1N/A13921TR0930AM - 1045AMDRAPER 2034Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksSarah W. WaldenGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
05Open172N/A20494TR1100AM - 1215PMMMSCI GL614Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksRichard EdwardsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
06Open172N/A13923TR1100AM - 1215PMSDRICH 2064Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksMiranda Zapor CruzGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
07Closed17-1N/A13924TR1100AM - 1215PMDRAPER 2054Regular
W0230PM - 0320PMHSB KAYSER
View BooksSarah W. WaldenGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
08Closed170N/A13925TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 2054Regular
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View BooksEmily K GlassGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
09Closed170N/A13926TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 2314Regular
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View BooksSam PerryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
11Open171N/A26137TR0330PM - 0445PMSDRICH 2314Regular
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View BooksSam PerryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 2330
Social Wrld I:City & the Soul
2330   Social World I: The City and the Soul                      
Co-requisite(s): BIC 2334.
Prerequisite(s): BIC 1324.
   This course studies classic works from the ancient and medieval traditions of social and political thought up to the modern rejection of those traditions inaugurated by Machiavelli. Ancient and medieval thinkers typically conceived of civic life as involving an ordering of the soul as well as an arrangement of physical conditions and resources, while early moderns like Machiavelli promote a realism dominated by the concepts of material self-interest and bodily security.  With this course, we thus seek to put in place a framework to facilitate our own reconsideration of the famous "quarrel between the ancients and the moderns" on perennial questions of social and political organization. Representative texts include Aristotle's Politics and Ethics, Cicero's de Republica, Augustine's City of God, Aquinas' On Kingship, and John of Salisbury's Policraticus, in addition to Machiavelli's Prince and Discourses on Livy.
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01Closed190N/A13928TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 208
View BooksPaul E. CarronGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed190N/A13929TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 226
View BooksWill WilliamsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed19-1N/A18635TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 225
View BooksCharles A. McDanielGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Closed190N/A13931TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 102D3Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 100
View BooksIvo NovakovicGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
05Closed190N/A13932TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMPKGSPT 100.05
View BooksLauren WheelerGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
06Open191N/A13933TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 216
View BooksStacey HibbsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
07Closed190N/A22071TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMSDRICH 210
View BooksJason A HinesGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
08Closed190N/A27794TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 2153Regular
TR1230PM - 0145PMMORRSN 100
View BooksMegan HaggardGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 2334
World Cultures III
2334   World Cultures III: The Modern World                        
Co-requisite(s): BIC 2330.
Prerequisite(s): BIC 1324.
   Focuses on the scientific revolution and continuing advances in the sciences, and on revolutionary ideas in other areas of human experience--political, religious, social, artistic, and economic. The course will explore efforts of the modern mind to respond creatively to the tensions created by these changes, including the tension between religious and naturalistic world views, the tension between the vast extension of knowledge and the increasing recognition of its limits, the tension between individuality and community, and the tension between the experience of fragmentation and the quest for wholeness.
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01Closed200N/A13935MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 1013Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMTIDWEL 210
View BooksDavid L. LongfellowGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed20-1N/A23703MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 1013Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMSDRICH 216
View BooksRobert M. BairdGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed200N/A13937MWF1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 2033Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 101
View BooksFrieda BlackwellGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Closed20-1N/A13938MWF1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 2003Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 101
View BooksSteven JugGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
05Closed200N/A13939MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 1013Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMSDRICH 224
View BooksJay LoseyGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
06Closed00N/A13940MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 1013Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMSDRICH 343
View BooksSTAFFGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
07Closed200N/A13941MWF1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 2153Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 101
View BooksRobin WallaceGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
08Closed20-1N/A13942MWF1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 1523Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 101
View BooksWill WilliamsGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
09Closed20-1N/A29847MWF1220PM - 0110PMMMSCI 1013Regular
MWF1220PM - 0110PMSDRICH 206
View BooksLenore WrightGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 2340
Social World II
2340   Social World II: The Conditions and Possibilities of Human Fulfillment
Co-requisite(s): BIC 2344
Prerequisite(s): BIC 2330.
   This course studies classic modern works of western social and political thought that have played a formative role in the rise of modern political life and contemporary social conscience. In works by Hobbes and Locke, for example, we explore the origins of contemporary liberal democracy and consider the initial efforts to formulate a social science on the model of modern natural science. In works by Rousseau and Marx, we encounter the first great critical assessment of modern liberalism and examine its impact on the political landscape of modernity as well as on the study of social and political life. Utilizing the framework erected in the previous semester (Social World I), we also continue our mediation of the famous "quarrel between the ancients and the moderns" on certain perennial questions of human existence. Representative texts include Hobbes' Leviathan, Locke's Letter Concerning Toleration and Second Treatise, Rousseau's Social Contract, Smith's Wealth of Nations, Marx's German Ideology, and Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism.
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View BooksJason A HinesGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 2437
The Natural World I
2437   The Natural World I: Primary Ideas in Science              
Prerequisite(s): BIC 1323 and 1324.
   The first course of a two-semester sequence encompassing lecture and laboratory experiences that emphasize the foundations of natural science, science as a way of knowing, and the uses of science. Historical influences on the development of science and the interrelationship between science and culture will be explored. Lecture and laboratory material in The Natural World will be integrated. Laboratories will involve hands-on, discovery-based learning which will lead the student to make connections between observation and interpretation of natural phenomena through critical thinking and will seek to provide students with an understanding of the scientific method, hypothesis formulation and testing, collection of data, analysis of data, and interpretation of data in the context of hypotheses.
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01Open181N/A13944MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1000 - 4Regular
MWF0905AM - 0955AMTBA TBA
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Open181N/A23704MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1000 - 4Regular
MWF0905AM - 0955AMTBA TBA
View BooksRobyn BaldridgeGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed180N/A23705MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1000 - 4Regular
MWF0905AM - 0955AMTBA TBA
View BooksJonathan P. MilesGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Open182N/A23706MWF0905AM - 0955AMMORRSN 1000 - 4Regular
MWF0905AM - 0955AMTBA TBA
View BooksTracy A PinneyGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
AOpen142N/A16878T0800AM - 0950AMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
BClosed140N/A13951T1010AM - 1200PMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
COpen142N/A13953T0240PM - 0435PMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
DClosed00N/A13955T0450PM - 0645PMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
EClosed140N/A13956W1010AM - 1205PMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
FClosed14-2N/A13959W0230PM - 0425PMBSB C1130 - 4Laboratory
View BooksSharon ConryGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 3358
Biblical Heritage/Contem Ethic
3358   Examined Life II: Biblical Heritage and Contemporary Ethical Issues
Prerequisite(s): BIC 2340 and 2344.
   In-depth study of selected texts from the Old and New Testaments and examination of the approaches and resources used today and throughout Christian history in such study. Biblical perspectives on such ethical issues as human rights, environmental concerns and resource allocation will be examined to provide a bridge between the literary/cultural settings of the Bible and contemporary human experience and decision making.
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01Closed18-1N/A23707TR0930AM - 1045AMPKGSPT 100.053Regular
View BooksPaul E. Carron
Ginny Brewer-Boydston
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed190N/A26322MWF1115AM - 1205PMDRAPER 2113Regular
View BooksJason A. Whitlark
Ivo Novakovic
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Closed18-1N/A29744TR1100AM - 1215PMDRAPER 2033Regular
View BooksClark J. Elliston
Ginny Brewer-Boydston
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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View BooksDerek S. DodsonGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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BIC 4374
World Cultures V
4374   World Cultures V: Differing Visions and Realities          
Prerequisite(s): BIC 3358.
   Explores differing visions and realities in a selected sample of non-Western cultures. The initial interdisciplinary study will reveal themes that transcend cultural differences. Students will then investigate the expression of these themes in a culture fundamentally different from their own.
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01Closed14-1N/A13963TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMSDRICH 321
View BooksLynn TatumGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Closed14-1N/A14886TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMSDRICH 208
View BooksCandi CannGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
03Open144N/A15199TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 102D3Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 100
View BooksIvo NovakovicGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
04Open141N/A16478TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 1003Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMOMAIN 309
View BooksXin WangGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
05Closed00N/A28556TR0200PM - 0315PMMMSCI 2013Regular
TR0200PM - 0315PMMORRSN 100
View BooksSTAFFGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 4389
The Once and Future King
4389   Examined Life III Capstone: Special Topics
Prerequisite(s): BIC 3358.
   Synthesizes learning in two or more disciplines, or in some way connects modes or areas of learning not normally connected. This capstone course represents the culmination both of the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core experience and of the undergraduate experience. By integrating learning, and application, this course will bridge the gap between undergraduate life and life after graduation, leading students to form connections between their lives in the university and their lives in the wider community. The course will include significant written and oral projects. Religion majors and minors must repeat course once under a different topic.
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01Open194N/A13965TR0930AM - 1045AMPKGSPT 100.013Regular
View BooksAnn McGlashan
Lynn Tatum
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


BIC 4389
Moral Ecology of Capitalism
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02Open101N/A26323TR0330PM - 0445PMSDRICH 3213Regular
View BooksCharles A. McDanielGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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