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On Tuesday morning, Barnard announced that Emma Wolfe, a leader in NYC government, is joining the Barnard administration to help coordinate the school’s work with the greater New York City community.

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Solving a crossword puzzle is a fun way to get academic validation without having to, you know, do your assignments.

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At some point in the evening, you realize you’ve been in your Butler study room longer than all of the other students. And that’s when it’s time to leave.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to unleash the beast within in a socially acceptable manner.

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For a week, the emerging Omicron variant has rattled the world. Here are today’s top headlines on this new variant!

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Vice Provost Saskia Hamilton and Dean of Academic Planning and Class Advising Holly Tedder notified students of extensions to Barnard’s withdrawal and Pass/D/Fail grading option deadlines today in an email.

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It’s a Thanksgiving miracle—something exciting is happening on the Upper West Side! Editor’s note: gun violence mentions

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Among today’s somber headlines, NYC public school vaccination efforts are giving us hope. Editor’s note: mentions of gun violence and death

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It’s hypersonic! Boogie woogie woogie. Editor’s note: Mention of gun violence

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You think midterms are rough? At least you’re not being sued by Trump!

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