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    Hello

    Hi everyone !

    I'm a 21-years-old French student in Urban and Regional Planning. I was googling some stuff about planning and I found that site. So here I am !
    I'm not totally sure of which part of planning interrest me the most so the more information I get, the best it is. Apart for the obvious intellectual interest of discussing with people with different scholar backgrounds and different visions (sorry this sentence is awful) of planning, I might considering going abroad to finish my studies or get an internship so what a better place that this forum.

    In case you haven't noticed my english is quite poor ( tell me about cliché), I hope you don't mind but don't hesitateto correct me if my mistakes are too unbearable.

    Thank you,
    Cécile

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    Welcome to Cyburbia Cécile! We are glad to have you! Take a look around (especially the Student Forum).
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    Hello from New York!
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    Hello, from Dallas, TX!
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