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Today marks the start of College Days, a week-long celebration of all that is Columbia spirit and pride, in which we are all united in our collective love for free things. The feature-film related theme of the week is “Admit One”, which strikes us as a bizarrely exclusive title. Regardless, there’s a wealth of free […]
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We haven’t heard from our favorite 209-haunting uber-dashing favorite grad student in a while. This week, James Franco resurfaced in New York Magazine in a feature about New Yorkers old and new. Franco discusses the joys of riding the subway and being able to actually read in transit instead of listening to audiobooks on the […]
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Even if the Executive Board was chosen by internal machinations, SEAS students can still have some choice in the rest of their representatives by voting in ESC elections. The (electronic) polls are open until Wednesday at 6 p.m, and the various candidates’ speeches are on YouTube.
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A week after the advent of Love at CU, Columbia has been transformed from sexless wasteland to a regular college. A new edition of the C-Spot is out just in time: Now that you’re in the relationship of your dreams, learn how to, you know, do stuff with your significant other. Some gems from this month: […]
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Forty years have passed since your parents went to Woodstock and spent the next 39 telling you how awesome it was. Now, Columbia community, it’s your turn! A mini-Woodstock is coming your way beginning your weekend. Yes, that’s right, it’s time for Bacchanal 2009, and by Bacchanal we mean, of course, Woodstocchanal. All the events […]
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SEAS students need a break from Morningside Heights, too Hey, we wanna use those fancy classrooms! The social scene at Columbia isn’t easy, and social interaction here can become “a Kafka-esque affair”  Woe is us, we’re sad, and we’re not going to do anything about it
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At tonight’s CCSC meeting, VP for Policy Adil Ahmed announced that, after a meeting with Dean Cristen Kromm, alcohol may be allowed in common areas next year. Currently, Columbia does not allow alcohol to be kept anywhere except in an overage student’s room, declaring the common area a “public space” (locks and doors not withstanding). […]
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Monday Columbia College Days: The Campus Life Committee starts its attempt to muster up school spirit today.  M-F. Tuesday The Darfur Debate: It’s a chance to see Mahmood Mamdani debate.  Genocide?  Sudan?  The International Criminal Court?  They’ll yak it up.  6:00 PM @ Cowin Aud, TC. Wednesday US vs. Iran: The major turning points in […]
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 “French fries in a bowl,” circa 2006 The Wikipedia Collection The smell of old grease wafting from Morningside’s finer college-grade establishments is irresistible in this indecisive weather.  But which one to pick?  The musty, fast-paced oil of HamDel?  The old-fashioned, touristy lard of Tom’s?  Or, the sushi-soba mix of M2M?  In this installment of “The […]
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The weekly “Gee, really?” news of the week: replacing soda with water is healthy.   In fact, water even has fewer calories. The Chronicle is careful not to judge when reporting on Massad’s probable tenure.  It’s just been a “rocky road,” but not the delicious kind. Harvard was mentioned in global media more often than Columbia […]
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With the admission of the final batch of CC 2013 students, the time has come upon us. The times which shall see a swell of apple-cheeked youths swarming over the campus, staring all doe-eyed and innocent at Low. In honor of the swarms already here and the swarms yet to come, Resident DVD-Repackaging Expert Mark […]
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While baseball and softball both had their doubleheaders postponed, it was otherwise a successful Saturday for Columbia athletics. Most notably, the #10 ranked men’s heavyweight rowing team defeated #8 Princeton and Penn to win its first Childs Cup since 1963. A year after losing by just over a second to Princeton, the boat put it […]
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