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For those who need a refresher on Columbia’s new philosophy magazine, here’s an interview from earlier this year. Their current issue is available now and here’s some of what’s in it (page numbers are by the number in the pdf):

An Explanation of What the Hell a “Work” Issue is About (p.3) 

Columbia Undergraduate Philosophy Course Review (p. 4)

How to Live With Yourself  (p. 9)

Finding Work as a Philosophy Major (p. 26)

Poems About Mankind’s Real “Work” (p. 32)

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  • question says:

    @question Is “Finding Work as a Philosophy Major” supposed to be ironic?

    1. answer says:

      @answer It is supposed to be descriptive of the article, which is about finding work as a philosophy major

    2. no... says:

      @no... it’s informational… mainly has to do with avoiding the DEA.

  • fun fact says:

    @fun fact Adam Waksman, one of the editors of the Gadfly, is also one of the most fly members of this fair college. Kudos on another good issue

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