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Columbia students get luxury housing– a borough away. Grad students, that is. (NYT) Miller moves to the SoA, takes the Arts Initiative with it. Some are outraged, some aren’t. (Spec) Cue Lit Hum nostalgia (does that exist?) – Jane Austen would have been the coolest aunt ever. (NYT) New York wants to be like Paris; […]
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Looking for a new window onto our urban culture, Bwog’s Lexicography Bureau Chief Hannah Goldstein found herself yesterday in the Maison Française, where she was promptly encouraged to read the dictionary.  As it turns out, that was a great idea. Christian Topalov is a man of many words – three hundred of them, to be […]
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Football: Ok, so actually football’s somewhat the exception to early November being the end of fall sports; the team’s season does not finish until November 21. And if the team wants to have a chance at finishing that season with a .500 record overall, they’ll need to win big tomorrow against a Harvard team that […]
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If the New York Times had it right, the McBain first floor lounge will resound this afternoon with the threefold cry of “oh, oh, oh,” whereupon its occupiers will become “literally like wild animals, tearing apart everything on the table.” No, this is not a demonstration of what life would be like without the Core […]
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Looking to get his fill of international conflict, Kashmir Bureau Chief Mark Hay grabbed a chair in the Satow Room last night for “Pakistan-India: What’s Next?” November 26 will mark a somber anniversary – one year since the coordinated terrorist attacks of the Pakistani group Lashkar-e-Taiba ripped through the Indian city of Mumbai, paralyzing both […]
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Well, what do you know!  Alfred Lerner Hall is having a birthday, and you’re all invited!   It’s been ten years since the much-maligned student center first opened.  There’s no cake, but there’s a banner and several photos from Lerner’s younger years taped to the glass. And praise be, they’re visible from the outside as […]
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I-Bankers have all the fun, and get all the H1N1 flu vaccine!  At least their profession isn’t lucrative. (NY Mag) New York never got its pneumatic subway system… at least we’ve got our iPhones. (Spec) National unemployment has risen to 10.2%, the highest since 1983; at least we can blog about it. (Gothamist) How about […]
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Two days later and it’s the weekend again. Festivals Galore: NY Comedy Festival (Friday only) – The last day to see some of the biggest names in comedy including Ricky Gervais and Tracy Morgan tickets from $20 IFPDA Print Fair 12 – 8 Friday and Saturday, 12 – 6 on Sunday 643 Park Avenue at […]
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You may be wondering why, upon login, SSOL displays bright red text asking you to “complete the Ethnicity and Race resurvey.” The university announced today that it will be collecting ethnicity and race data again to comply with new Department of Education guidelines for these categories. Respondents will be asked to answer whether they are […]
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Not everyone cares about Art Hum. It’s not a lack of commitment, it’s just that our comedy troupes are only occasionally funny. If it weren’t for pesky copyright laws, Netflix would be much more awesome. Surprise! Some people don’t drink.
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Seniors, you have until 6:00 PM today to trudge up the steps to Low and fill out your degree application.  We’re told you can’t graduate if you don’t visit.  Or, you could fill out a form. Too lazy to make the trip?  Think of it this way: this will probably be the last opportunity you’ll […]
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One of the draws of coming back to school is the Super Fast Internet Connection.  At Columbia, we boast a roughly 10 megabits per second internet connection for both uploading and downloading. Sound like gibberish?  For reference, consider that a typical MP3 (music file) is about 48 megabits in size, so it would take about […]
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