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The regional study of Stalin’s legacy—a third perspective from the millennial generation.

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Every once in a while, a book you were required to pick up can be hard to put back down.

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Graduate School of Journalism Director Jane Eisner and the Museum of Jewish Heritage interviewed author and journalist Met Laytner about his new book.

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Rounding out our reproductions from our dear mother magazine, The Blue and White, check out Senior Editor Luca Marzorati’s, CC ’15, review of The Alphabets of Life: A Simple Guide to Living Simply by La-Verna J. Fountain, Columbia’s Vice President for Construction Business Services and Communications (in other words, the woman who fields all of the media […]

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History professor Samuel Moyn’s book gets reviewed by the Times. Barnard commencement may take place at Grant’s Tomb. (Spec) The Mailman School of Public Health bashes bodegas. (UPI) The MTA tries to ruin your weekend. Again. (Gothamist) Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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