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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Enrollment for Zombies 101 Now Open

Written on September 12, 2010 by R. Depp

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University of Baltimore explores the world of the walking dead by including a course about zombies.

This is really a serious subject with a course noumber, CMAT 333 or formally referred to as “Media Genres.” If you’ll have the chance to look on the course outline, it says right into your face the word “zombies.”

The class is devoted to uncovering the role of zombies in pop culture. Some of the coursework included are film watching, research paper and writing a script.

Instructor Arnold Blumberg that he got the idea for this subject because the university is starting a pop culture minor.

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