A bunch-a-bills, and a chance to win $800 million.

Happening in the World: The largest protests yet in Iran in response to the death of Masha Amini were seen last night. Masha Amini was 22 years old when she died after being arrested for wearing her hijab incorrectly. Forty days after her death, the protests are still increasing in size. University students all over the country led marches yesterday, along with protests at government buildings in Mahabad. (BBC)

Happening in the US: The Powerball jackpot has still not been drawn, increasing the prize to $800 million: the fifth-largest award in history. No one has won the Powerball since August 3. The odds of winning the Powerball are one in nearly 293 million. Should the next draw produce a winner, they will take home either $800 million paid through an annuity or $383.7 million in cash after taxes. (AP)

Happening in NYC: The New York City Council is preparing to pass a variety of bills today. The bills include a new greenway plan, a report compiling all public restrooms in the city, rat infestation prevention, and improvements to domestic violence survivor services. The Council will meet at city hall today to vote, where Council staffers continue to protest the removal of hybrid work. (The Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: Columbia Climate School is hosting an open house tomorrow from 8:30 am to 12:45 pm. The open house will include program-specific sessions and opportunities to meet faculty, administrators, and current students. Information on academics, admissions, financial aid, and career planning will be presented to prospective students. RSVP here to attend the program, which will be held in Faculty House.

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