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The Columbia Neuroscience Society will be having a research symposium today from 1:00 to 3:00 in the Satow Room, and there will be food (of the free variety). If you’re looking to find some potential research opportunities (not just in the Neuroscience Department) or looking for brain food lunch, stop by! Things got really out […]

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Happy Thursday y’all! Breathe in that smell of sweet sweet freedom! Don’t you think you deserve a treat for getting this far? Unless you have Friday classes, in which case you can return to your study cave and cry could definitely use some brain food! Congratulate yourself for another kickass week with some goodies from […]

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A new semester means more chances for you to go to Columbia’s delicious greenmarket! Go buy yourself some yummy, farm-fresh food and take a break from the massive amounts of reading you already have piling up.  As always, the greenmarket is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and accepts credit, debit, and EBT. There is […]

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