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SIPA just needs some time alone with its sister departments, okay? God, you’re pushy. CC promises its budget cuts won’t affect financial aid. This is to make up for all the flashers and thieves Public Safety isn’t telling you about. We are scarily addicted to coffee, you guys. Come on in, alumni, we just want […]
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Our Purple Friends to the South never seem to learn. This morning, NYULocal reported that the CAS (College of Arts and Sciences) Student Council changed its constitution to require that anyone running for Student Council President would be required to have three full semesters of government involvement under their ultra-hip faded leather belts in order […]
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Straight from Whitney Green, SEAS ’10 and ESC Secretary, your ESC candidates. Congratulations! 2010 Class President Heather Lee – Expresh Class VP Joffre Andrade – Expresh Class Rep Austin Brauser – Equilibrium Party Stanley Chen – Equilibrium Party Liza John Varun Gulati More results after the jump.
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Can’t find love at Columbia? Really? That’s weird. There must be something wrong with you. We kid, we kid! No one can find love at the Columbia. That’s the point, right? We all commiserate about the Core, we all commiserate about not getting any. That is, of course, until today.  The answer to all your […]
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Those planning to watch the NCAA Championship game tonight would be well advised to do so at Village Pourhouse. If you RSVP to melissa@yourpartyplanning.com,you’ll get access to an open bar for the first hour of the game. Bud Light, mixed drinks, and Monday-night drunkenness. Delightful.  Your other non-Butler option tonight is the Not-for-Profits Employer Connection […]
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We return to John Jay Lounge for the penultimate day of suite selection. We’re sick of the candy. You’re sick of the candy. The same songs play over and over. Sophomores don’t understand how to pick rooms. OK, let’s do this.  Building Size Config Note # Harmony 2 D 1 Schapiro 2 D WlkTh 18 […]
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Go Bulldogs!

Inclement weather brought a day of touring fiascos to prospective Columbians and their anxious parents. First, Official Traffic Jam Correspondent James Downie found that two tours had collided in the lobby of Butler, with the poor tour guides being forced to shout over each other.  Mere moments later, a tipster sent us a picture of […]
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Sunday night’s CCSC meeting got off to a discombobulating start. Where, oh where, was George Krebs? Robyn Burgess (VP for Campus Life) who sat in that spot that Krebs usually sits in and ran the meeting, announced that both Krebs and Adil Ahmed were not in town. Uh-oh.   Leader-less CCSC-ers immediately got testy when […]
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See a concert, fo’ free! This afternoon the Pacifica Quartet will be performing their first of six installments of the Mendelssohn Quartets. Take in Op. 12 from 12:30-1:30 PM today in the Philosophy Graduate Student Lounge. Then brag about it; Music Hum so got you into this stuff, right? 
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Wait, when did 2012 student council debates happen again? And what does the freshmen student council actually do? Spec Revelation #2320: If you don’t like parts of the Core, you can talk about what you don’t like in a public forum. Like John Jay dining hall? Political apathy runs rampant, but you’re definitely not going […]
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Butler Bites

Watch your step in front of Butler tonight – the forces of nature have opened a cavernous pit by the main entrance.  One of the grates by the wall collapsed. Public Safety assured our tipster that no one had fallen in.  Good thing, too, otherwise they might have found Columbia’s secret gold vault.     […]
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AltSpec: Potpourri

At the Double Discovery center, they confirm and reconfirm that dating abuse is just not okay. Our pediatric neuroscience department was managed by a fraudster.  John Bzdil pleaded guilty on Tuesday for defrauding Columbia for $180,000 used for personal expenses. Miller Theatre has a “new” director.  Granted, she was the acting director since October. A […]
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