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It may be summer, but the hunt for truth, justice, and free food never ceases. Today, we have a free food opportunity for much of the United States: Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts are celebrating National Doughnut Day with a free doughnut for every customer. And that’s delicious. One minor catch: Dunkin’ Donuts requires a […]
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And when you think of style, you think of our good friends over at COÖP. Registration for the hiking/biking/rafting orientation experience of your dreams is up and running, with a deadline of July 20. After you complete that, start planning on how to smuggle a cell phone along – it’s what all the cool kids […]
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Politico has an early copy of MSNBC reporter Richard Wolffe‘s new book Renegade, about Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, and among his many tales is the following confrontation between Joe Biden and John McCain during the ServiceNation forum (presumably in Lerner). When Sen. John McCain wouldn’t return the phone calls of Sen. Joe Biden, the never-subtle […]
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A tipster has forwarded us a notice that “as a cost-saving measure,” Columbia will be closing the physics, chemistry, biology, and psychology libraries a full year early. According to Physics Department Chair Andrew Mills, who sent the email, “I have received two conflicting reports of the closing date: July 1, 2009 and July 31, 2009.” […]
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Maybe next time he/she will remember the robes. The evidence outside the IRC: – Photo by JYH
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It was this man’s vision to lead SEAS, of all things. Columbia grads spawn from the east coast to represent the entire country around the world. Green monkeys.  Chalfie’s dream finally comes to pass. We’re far too busy cleaning up to fix the problem. Back in the day, anti-Semitism was endemic. It’s Ebola, but it’s […]
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If you’re still in the neighborhood, you have approximate five hours to say goodbye to Morningside Books, which closes tonight at midnight. The New York Times spent some time at the store recently, and yesterday detailed both the store’s lively final days, and its financial struggles, along with a slideshow. Many neighborhood residents talked about […]
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Several New York blogs have picked up on an Obsessed TV interview with “Real Housewife of New York” Kelly Killoren Bensimon, and all seem to agree the best quote is about how she got into the School of General Studies: “A friend of mine said you should really go to Columbia, they have an amazing […]
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It’s an old trick that saves both trees and money: printing flyers and rough drafts on already-used paper (by feeding the blank side in). Now, CUIT and campus group Green Umbrella have brought that technique to campus printers, converting one of the printers in Mudd’s Engineering Terrace to used paper. According to Green Umbrella’s Hannah […]
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Hey, recent graduates, still having trouble finding a job? You’re not alone. This morning on NPR’s Morning Edition, CC ’09’s Emma Jacobs got four minutes to tell the nation about her struggles finding a job. The big problem, according to Jacobs, is her major: “A history major like me doesn’t come with many specialized skills besides […]
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The free-speech-on-campus group FIRE has released its new report on free speech at Columbia, giving the university a “red light” rating. FIRE took issue with the broad wording of the policy, which “defines ‘sexual harassment’ as ‘any unwanted sexual attention.’ Sexual harassment can also include a “hostile environment,” which includes “love letters,” “sexist jokes” and […]
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The architecture firm behind the new geochemistry building at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory has won three design awards at the 2009 Sustainable Design Awards (building pictured at right).  Xerox’s new CEO, the first African American women CEO of a Fortune 500 company, is also a Columbia graduate. Her degree? Master’s in engineering. Three more Columbia […]
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