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QuickFed: Controversy Edition

The semester’s latest edition of the Fed is now online. Bwog presents a survey of the topical headlines.

On the military, “Congress has agreed to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” in the military in exchange for a similar policy in the following areas of civilian life…”

On Columbia’s underground social scene, “We present some of the highlights from Columbia’s hidden history…”

On going green, “Rotten fish will be offered in lieu of traditional sushi, in the hope that the subsequent food poisoning causes students to develop a greenish hue…”

On class day controversy, “‘Isn’t President Obama a Columbia graduate?’ said one student…”

On the academic calendar, “Columbia fucks us on a daily basis…”

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2 Comments

  • question about secret societies says:

    @question about secret societies I doubt any of the ones on that list are still around. but are there any other ones still active today?

  • lawlz says:

    @lawlz class day controversy one is lol-worthy.

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