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Stop by Columbia’s Greenmarket on your way to class for tasty fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, and everything else delicious. The Greenmarket is every Thursday and Sunday—enjoy! A brief spate of warm weather will bring in the last of the summer produce, and ripens the produce of fall. Come by the info table to see […]

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The Rock isn’t going to let surgery get him down (or prevent him from looking totally ridiculous). (Yahoo) Just in time for Earth Week! New York has expanded its recycling program, so stop throwing your goddamn plastic bottles down the trash chute. (Wall Street Journal) In true testament to how awesome people can be sometimes, […]

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