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The typical Columbia student

The end of childhood: the lemur from Zoboomafoo, described by a co-star as “young and good-looking and very gentle,” died on Monday at the age of 20. (TVLine)

New York City Council may ban texting and taking calls while bicycling. (NY Mag)

Alex Rosenberg, star player on the Columbia Basketball Team, decided to withdraw for a year after fracturing his foot. (New York Times)

Too real: on last night’s episode of MTV’s Awkward, Sadie Saxton was accepted to Columbia, but is unable to attend because she can’t afford tuition. (If you haven’t already, though, check out the new financial aid policies!) (MTV)

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  • sympathies says:

    @sympathies What happened to Alex Rosenberg was awful.

    Take a sec and read the linked article, if you haven’t heard already- unlike other leagues, there’s no automatic injury exemptions. He can’t play and there won’t be a judgment about his case until January… so it’s ‘goodbye’.

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