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When two buildings both kin Rory Gilmore…kin drama!

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“Gorgeous gorgeous girls love soup.”

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I don’t normally write “Columbia Buildings As Blank” posts, but I thought this had to be published.

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Staff Writer Henry Golub wrote about Lerner using six haikus One: Time, time, who needs it? When I schlep up your long ramps My beating heart aches Two: Ferris is crowded Lines last for thirty minutes A bagel for me Three: I like nothing more Than placing my pencil down And seeing it roll Four: If I had […]

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In early June, the New York Times (NYT) published an article about McBain Hall’s safety violations. After citing historical failures in its building maintenance, the piece depicted Columbia as ignoring a “façade so decrepit that city inspectors have issued several violations for the risk it posed to the public.” While this incident might initially seem […]

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