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QuickSpec: “Step Right Up, Step Right Up!” Edition

Win access to thousands of Columbia student e-mail addresses.

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  • i heard says:

    @i heard a rumor that collegeboxes was banned last year… or something…

    1. ... says:

      @... Exactly what I mean #4. I see flyers for them all over and as a stupid naive freshman I have a hard time figuring out who Columbia views as legit storage and who is just taking advantage of us. The fact that they apparently spammed our inboxes doesn’t help. I just thought they were sanctioned by Columbia. Please Bwog, I can’t possibly take all my crap home in two pieces of luggage under 50lbs each. Tell me which storage service won’t wear my clothing and/or won’t be allowed to come get my stuff in the first place.

  • .... says:

    @.... Bwog, I need to know where to store my shit this summer. Tell me.

  • New school kids says:

    @New school kids are occupying a building again…

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