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On Thursday, September 29, Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez and Staff Writers Katie Christian and Manny Gonzalez attended a discussion with comedian Joanna Hausmann and professor Frances Negrón-Muntaner, hosted by Columbia’s Institute of Latin American Studies.
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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended two talks at the Astronomy Department: on binary star systems and their evolution, by Katelyn Breivik, and on high-energy black hole flares, by Bart Ripperda.
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This Thursday, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel to demystify the Republican Party’s energy and environmental policy. Panelists Jeffrey A. Rosen, Kellie Donnelly, and James L. Connaughton summarized past GOP policy, provided insight to the party’s current platforms, and gave recommendations for the future.
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Football kicks off its Ivy League campaign, Hurricane Ian continues to leave a path of wreckage, and more. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death and violence.
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Starting October 3, all testing will now be done through Color, a new platform that will allow for self-facilitated testing and greater flexibility.
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Ahead of Sunday’s general election in Brazil, experts Frances Hagopian, José Scheinkman, and Brian Winter participated in a panel discussion and Q&A session on democracy in the nation, recent polling data, and potential election outcomes, and Brazil’s economic and political future.
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Classic Gnocchi can’t be beat, but these variations are definitely worth giving a try.
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Let this serve as a reminder for the upcoming midterm elections and your looming midterm exams.
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Evidently, Beilock has entered her flop era.
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Student-to-faculty ratio is a trick invented by universities to conceal the actual size of their lectures.
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On Thursday, September 22, Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez and Staff Writer Frankie DeGiorgio attended a discussion with authors Elif Batuman and Mina Seçkin, hosted by the Sakip Sabanci Center for Turkish Studies at Columbia.
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