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Happening in the World: Prime Minister Theresa May won the support of the U.K. Cabinet yesterday to move forward with her plans to implement Britain’s exit from the European Union. She now must gain Parliament’s approval, where she has less political support. (NY Times) Happening in the US: The judge in CNN’s lawsuit against the […]

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Happening in the World: Archaeologists discovered the world’s oldest known figurative cave painting in Borneo. The painting depicts a species of cattle and is thought to be over 40,000 years old. (The Guardian) Happening in the US: Jeff Sessions was forced to resign as US Attorney General yesterday. The new acting attorney general, Matthew G. […]

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Happening in the World: Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman announced yesterday that he will work to “bring to justice those who are responsible” for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabian officials have recently stated that Khashoggi died while in a chokehold after fighting at the consulate, but Turkish and US officials […]

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Today is Columbia Registrar’s favorite holiday – Midterm Day! That’s right, folks, you know what that means: all of your midterms are today. Every. Single. One. Some of you may be confused by this announcement, especially if you’re first years. That’s understandable. To help you navigate the most hectic day of the semester, here are […]

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Happening in the World: There have been dozens of attacks connected to an increasingly divisive presidential race in Brazil in the last month. Perpetrators have largely been supporters of far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro, who has used violent rhetoric on the campaign trail. (New York Times) Happening in the US: Connecticut Police officer Stephen Barone was fired following after a […]

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Happening in the World: A Saudi journalist’s disappearance has caused international outcry. Jamal Khashoggi has been missing since October 2nd and has been a vocal critic of conservativism in Saudi Arabia. (The Globe and Mail) Happening in the US: Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida yesterday, causing mass destruction. Governor Rick Scott described it as […]

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On Saturday night, Daily Editor Zoë Ewing headed to CU Voting Week’s event, “Wendy Davis: Women in Politics.” The event was co-hosted by Columbia Political Review and Columbia University Democrats. Wendy Davis is a former Texas State senator, Fort Worth City Council. member, and Democratic candidate in the Texas gubernatorial election. She now runs a […]

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Happening in the World: Soldiers and engineers from both North and South Korea have begun to remove buried landmines from the Demilitarized Zone separating the two countries. The armies plan to jointly search for casualties buried during the Korean War, and this marks the latest of a series of moves on the Korean peninsula aimed at […]

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The Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for nominee Brett Kavanaugh have been going on all day, and many students have spent every minute between (or during) classes to watch Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Kavanaugh testify. If you need a change of scenery, here’s where you can go: The law school: Maybe you can meet/converse […]

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Happening in the World: The head of the Polish Supreme Court, Malgorzata Gerdsdorf, is resisting the Polish government’s attempts to reform the judiciary by staying in her post despite a newly lowered retirement age for judges. She says that she will only leave her position if the constitution is officially changed or if she dies. […]

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The World Leaders Forum 2018 is here! Heads of state, foreign policy experts, and academics will be coming to speak to the Columbia community this week. Most of these events are already full, but get excited to see some fancy limousines and security teams roll through campus. Here’s who will be here, and when: Monday: […]

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Happening in the World: A jury in Hong Kong yesterday found Dr. Khaw Kim-sun, an anesthesiology professor, guilty of murdering his wife and daughter with a hot yoga ball filled with carbon monoxide. He faces life in prison. (New York Times) Happening in the US: Trump gave a speech on the White House lawns Wednesday […]

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Already stressing over summer internships? Not to fear! Zoe Ewing is here to help you navigate the internship search and judge their “wokeness.” Columbia’s career fair happened on Friday, which means it’s time to start searching for those internships! The summer internship is an important time to build connections, add a new bullet point to […]

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