Israel holds its third election this year, the democratic primaries speed up with super tuesday, and a second case of Coronavirus pops up outside of the city.

Happening in the World: In Israel’s third election this year, Netanyahu took the lead against challenger Benny Gantz, but was unable to pull off a parliamentary majority. Netanyahu is also facing felony corruption charges and a trial in two weeks, calling into question legally whether or not president Rivlin can invite him to form a government as there is no Supreme Court precedent. (NY Times)

Happening in the US: Super Tuesday is today, and recent endorsements from democratic candidates Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, and Beto O’Rourke have boosted former Vice President Joe Biden, leading experts uncertain just who will come out on top. (BBC)

Happening in New York: The second case of Coronavirus has officially been found in Westchester, New York. Governor Cuomo has said that this case is apparently unrelated to the one other case and that health officials were already expecting multiple unrelated cases to pop up throughout the state. (NY Times)

Happening on Campus: Come out to Event Oval in the Diana Center at 6:30 tonight for a presentation on the history of diversity within women’s suffrage titled “The Difference Intersectionality Makes: Teaching the Suffrage Movement Today.” Barnard alumna Marilyn Sanders Mobley will be addressing previous exclusion in the women’s suffrage movement and how in the future this can be remedied. (Barnard Events)

Joshcore Album of the Week: In honor of a recent single put out by Car Seat Headrest, check out the album “How To Leave Town.” This album is a merge of beach boy influenced rock and roll, awkward lo-fi, and angsty queer teen electronic music. High School me became obsessed with this band when I learned the front-man Will Toledo grew up a couple miles from where I did and this album along with others marks a similar hunger to get the hell out of Virginia. Check it out for an emotional guide on how to leave where you grew up for good.

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