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In John Collins’s metaphysics class: Collins: You all should come to the philosophy prospective majors open house tonight. There will be a keg, Jager shots, and cake. Due to Phillip Kitcher’s absence, we could probably get away with anything, and of course he still assumes all responsibility. A TA chimes in: And he has terrible taste […]

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Well, first the 1 wasn’t running. From an overcrowded replacement shuttle bus: PA system: Thank you for using the MTA. Old woman: Oh, shut up! (Everyone cheers) And then we had to come to terms with ill-advised decisions. At John Jay Sunday brunch: Distinctly Continental chap, to a lady-friend: “I have been reminded of what […]

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You know you shouldn’t be in school right now. You should be in transit, breezing through short lines at LaGuardia or strolling through Penn Station, picking up a donut one of the city’s last remaining Krispy Kremes. Or better yet, you should be home, watching TV and making your parents do your laundry. But you […]

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Don’t you just want to go crazy on Wednesday nights?  Want to take a chance and probably embarrass yourself?  Barnard President Deborah Spar challenged us all to go to a belly dancing class and, miraculously there is one tonight!  From 7:30-8:30 in Lewis Parlor, Brooks Hall you can enjoy seductive dance moves as well as […]

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