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Shout out to all of you taking Lit Hum and CC tests today.  Good luck!  You can do it. Bwogline: Beyonce Beyonce Beyonce Beyonce Beyonce Beyonce. (iTunes, LATimes, YouTube, BuzzFeed, Beyonce, True Love all to the tune of Versace) Finals Tip: If it’s consumed in the library/within two hours of a final/out of a ramen cup, […]

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Applying: Columbia sure isn’t the easiest school to get into, but they’ll be much more excited about you if you happen to be a military veteran. (NYTimes) Extracurriculars: Outside of classes, you may find time to participate in student groups like the Quidditch team. And maybe you’ll even make it to the Quidditch World Cup, […]

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R. Glenn Hubbard, the Dean of the BSchool, author of your Principles textbook, and Inside Job star, will lead the Economic Policy team of Mitt Romney, Spec reports. Hubbard has been advising Romney, former Governor of Massachusetts and candidate for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, for a year. Hubbard wrote the introduction to Romney’s plan for […]

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A student newspaper gives “a solid fuck-you” to the administration at La Salle, after another dubiously motivated erotic experience in the classroom: “‘[One stripper] was just kind of laying on top of [the professor],’ a witness explained.”  (NY Mag, ABC Local) Students at University of Wisconsin are planning a march to stop bullying in schools […]

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The man who bit and kicked a woman on Saturday night, while screaming about Obama, is a student at the business school and has been charged with third-degree assault. The court papers filed yesterday state that Ash Sinha “grabbed his victim’s hair at 116th St. and Broadway, threw her to the ground, punched and kicked […]

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BSchool first-years got an email over the weekend instructing them to brush their  teeth. Apparently, BSchoolers have “not followed personal hygiene basics” during recruiting events. The email follows. It’s very silly and infantilizing… just like grad school! Dear 1st Year Members, It has come to our attention (through complaints from IBC board representing firms they […]

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Columbia is doing pretty well for itself uptown recently. Business School Dean Glenn Hubbard just sent BSchool students an email notifying them of the donation, which was made by Henry R. Kravis, BSchool class of 1969 and current cochair of the School’s Board of Overseers. The Uptown BSchool will be comprised of two buildings, one […]

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B-School party outside Schermerhorn! Empanadas, asparagus in filo, tons of alcohol, fancy waiters, lots of ambition. There are legitimate ropes and officious B-school employees telling you not to eat the food. So just walk around those officious employees and take the food.

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