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On Saturday, February 10, Staff Writer Gina Brown saw VALENTINESXO!, a Valentine’s Day sequel to the Christmas musical XMAS!18.

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Staff Writer Gina Brown has compiled a field guide to identifying environmental science majors at Columbia/Barnard!

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Staff Writer Gina Brown, a non-math major, attended the first meeting of the Columbia Undergraduate Math Society (CUMS) on Wednesday!

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Staff Writer Gina Brown has big plans for her new dingle. Read on to find out, just don’t tell ResLife… Midway through this semester, I suddenly have come into possession of a “dingle.” What is that, you might be asking. It’s not to be confused with a dongle. Nay, “dingle” is a portmanteau of “single” […]

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Staff Writers Gina Brown and Ava Schwabechner attended “The Super 8 Years” as part of the Columbia University Maison Française 2023 Film Festival “Across Generations: Unveiling the Past, Embracing the Present.“

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