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This is River right?

This is River right?

Columbia is now accepting applications for students to form a new Special Interest Community house.  So if you’re feeling premature in your panic about housing and have a Columbia-recognized student group you think would be perfect to fill the 1st floor of River (1 double and 7 singles),  you should check out the online application. Applications are available starting tomorrow and are due a week later by 12 pm. Seriously, what other SIC has that ratio of doubles to singles?!

All CC/SEAS students who are “upper-class and full time” and interested should really start scrounging together preparing their applications.  Each group needs a Recruitment Coordinator and all members of the group must be involved in Recruitment (whatever that means).  After interviews in mid-February, groups will be notified by the selection committee on February 21.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous This should definitely go to a frat. No one even likes SICs

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