Not actually in Pyeongchang, but you get the drift.

What’s Happening In The World: The two Koreas are making history at February’s Winter Olympics by walking together in Pyeongchang. The decision will be finalized by the International Olympic Committee today. (Korea Herald)

What’s Happening In The US: Immigration crackdown continues. The Department of Homeland security has blocked the temporary H-2A and H-2B visas for Haitians, very soon after President Trump’s alleged comments referring to Haiti and other nations as “shithole countries”. (CNN)

What’s Happening In NYC: If you think you fight with your roommate, just hope it doesn’t get this bad. A Brooklyn man died over his dispute over bathroom use at their apartment in Coney Island. (NY Daily News)

What’s Happening At Columbia: At Riverside Church, Columbia’s 13/13 series continues with a discussion titled “How do the views of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Hannah Arendt shape revolutionary views?”, with speakers from CU and Yale University. The Church is at 490 Riverside Dr.

Overheard: “I’m just gonna tell you upfront: I make fun of France and New Jersey a lot. If you’re from there, I apologize in advance.”