Happening in the World: One of Walt Disney’s seven lost films has resurfaced in Japan. An anime historian apparently had the film in his collection for the past 70 years and had not realized what it was until now (BBC).
Happening in the US: A New Jersey couple and a homeless have been accused of creating a false feel-good story on GoFundMe that has raised more than $400,000. If found guilty, they could serve five to ten years in prison (CNN).
Happening in NYC: On Thursday, a man on a Manhattan-bound E train punched a 63-year-old woman in the face because she asked him to move his bag. The woman was not seriously injured and had refused medical attention when EMS arrived (NY Post).
Happening on Campus: Tonight from 8 to 11:30 pm in Broadway Sky Lounge, Columbia Korean Students Association will be screening Master, one of the highest grossing films in South Korean cinema history. Admission to free and there will definitely be snacks!
This Week’s Health & Wellness Tip: Do go on a run at midnight for the sake of procrastination in twenty-degree weather, while not wearing adequate clothing. Of course, make sure you run with some friends so you can do some soul-searching while you slowly freeze to death.
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