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The government is still shut down, but apparently they’re working on that. (WSJ) Luckily, the NSA is the one government organization that never sleeps — they’re too busy going through your email contacts. (The Washington Post) People explaining how they spent their last $100 is pretty interesting. Not like their last $100 ever, just their […]

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An Egyptian couple named their child “Facebook” in honor of the January 25th revolution. Somewhere, a couple with a child named “MySpace” cringes. (TechCrunch) The NYPD rescued two West Point cadets from the face of Storm King Mountain, where they had been stranded for over 8 hours after a failed rappel. Because, you know, if […]

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Underperforming public schools—Bloomberg’s on the case. Natural History Museums that don’t grant PhDs in comparative biology—but Manhattan doesn’t have one of those anymore. Anything involving the New Jersey Nets—literally, anything. Being Hofstra and having a football team… wait, really? Drinking your alcohol. UPDATE: A commenter has notified us of a Columbia-related news item – James […]

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Then we have great news! If you thought this fall’s exam schedule was right up your alley, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Columbia will be getting not one, but two sequels. First, next fall will have almost the exact same structure as this year: once again, students will get two “study days,” and […]

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