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Tonight’s the night if you’re looking for fun, festivity, and free food. Up first is CCSC’s homecoming carnival at 5 pm, co-hosted by SGA, GSSC, and ESC. Remember those bouncy castles you played on last weekend when you were drunk when you were little? Low Plaza will have one, as well as cotton candy, popcorn, music, […]

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Lots of adults wearing Columbia blue, a few Public Safety officers, a bouncy castle and dead grass are all assembled on South Lawn, ostensibly to welcome kids to the Kiddie Carnival advertised outside Lerner. But there are no kids. Stay tuned! Update, 2:20: The carnival has begun! Peter Sterne reports that Elmo and Blue, of […]

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Columbia Greenhouse Nursery School’s Spring Fair brings an abundance of youthful joy into Morningside Heights on this scorchingly hot first day of May. Photo by MMT

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Inflatables for Bacchanal come to life on South Lawn. Get excited for some life-size foosball! Photo by DH

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