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Breaking with the Core

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It’s fall break (or a 12-day weekend if you “couldn’t get to class” this past Wednesday and Thursday)!  We’re sure you’re under your covers somewhere adventurous and, being a Columbia student, you took your Core books with you.  Send a picture of your Core reading wherever you ended up to [email protected] for our new feature, Breaking with the Core.

First up, Herodotus explores the great cotton fields of North Carolina:

do you think it reminds him of the fields of greece?

What are open fields?

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous  

    ....if you “couldn’t get to class” this past Wednesday and Thursday

    Many Columbia students don't live on or near campus Bwog. Is this blog just meant for CC/SEAS students?

  2. Anonymous  

    I have no idea what you're trying to say in the first part because it makes no sense, but this blog is meant for CC/SEAS/GS and especially Barnard students!

    /safespace

  3. BSGS  

    Yes, let me take a picture of your dumb core books in my flooded basement. I couldn't make it to class at all last week.

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