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On Friday night, Staff Writer Isa RingswaldEgan attended the Archeology Department’s Professor Francesco de Angelis’s presentation of the past two years of archeological research at Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli, Italy.

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On Tuesday afternoon, Staff Writer Isa RingswaldEgan attended a lecture by the French department featuring author, engineer, and philosopher Malcom Ferdinand. He presented his work on pesticide contamination in the Antilles in his lecture, “Writing in the Toxic Ruins of Slavery: the Case of Chlordecone Contamination of Martinique and Guadeloupe.”

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It’s that time of year again! What weird buildings has Columbia put your humanities classes in this semester? 

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On Wednesday December 7, Tiffany Nichols lectured about her research on the process to locate and acquire a site for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) as a part of the New York History of Science Lecture Series.

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Congratulations are in order for Phi Beta Kappa’s new Barnard inductees, announced this morning, for Fall 2022! They will be officially inducted into the academic honors society this spring. The list of their full names and departments are below.

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Did you know that Patrick Dempsey’s apartment in Enchanted is two blocks away from Columbia? You do now!

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Whether you have sensory issues, a soft spot for psychedelics, or are just a texture enthusiast, Columbia has plenty of opportunities to appreciate the unique composition of different objects. Here are some favorites.

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Hewitt’s mismatched cutlery sets present wonderful options for those biased in their spoon preferences.

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On Wednesday, The Center for Science and Society hosted a lecture by Elaine Ayers – “Three Inches Deep of Wet Moss,” as a part of their New York History of Science Lecture Series sponsored by Columbia University. Ayers spoke about her moss research and its role in colonial plant transportation.

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