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Happening in the United States: Yale University renamed Calhoun College to commemorate Grace Murray Hopper over John C. Calhoun’s controversial history as a defender of slavery. (BBC) Happening in New York City: After taking a 5-day road trip in a stolen car, two Ohio teens were found in the cop’s car in Times Square. One […]

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Earlier this week, Columbia alum Phillip von Borries spoke about his popular website Refinery29, which covers fashion, news, health, entertainment and more. Fashion and Pasta Enthusiast Christina Clark reports. On Wednesday I went to the fifth floor of Lerner to hear a talk by Phillip von Borries, co-founder of the popular fashion and lifestyle website […]

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