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On July 3rd, 1776, the inhabitants of the American colonies were British.  The next day, they were American.  Their writing, however—what we now call “American literature”—did not appear quite so suddenly. English Professor Ezra Tawil tackled the issue last night in a lecture entitled “American Exceptionalism and the Question of Style,” along with Department bigwigs […]

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Occasionally, Columbia professors break the monotony of Honesty Policy regurgitation to add a little spice to the first lecture of the semester.  Here are this term’s quips: Xavier Sala-i-Martin, Intermediate Macroeconomics “Empirical evidence suggests that people die.” “There is one big difference between Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and that is that Macroeconomics is useful.” “Let me […]

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