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LectureHop: What Does Cell Biology Have To Do With Saving Pollinators?

This Tuesday, staff writer (and honey bee fanatic) Jake Tibbetts had a bee-rrific time traveling to the other side of Broadway to listen to Dr. Jonathan Snow, an assistant professor of biological sciences at Barnard College, deliver a lecture about his research on the ways that honey bees respond to stress on the cellular level […]

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Sketch Alert

Tipster Bobby Brennan writes: “There’s a sketchy high school senior wandering College Walk in a trenchcoat offering anyone $800 to take the Biology SAT II right now.” Hmm… sound familiar? At this point, we’re convinced Fox News is just setting Columbia students up for an expose. Trenchcoat? You can do better than that, O’Reilly.

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Go Ask Alice! = Bwog’s New Hero

It’s nice to know that, when our biology makes life difficult, Columbia Health Services is there for us. Thanks to John Klopfer for the tip.

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