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20 Things To Do Before You Leave Columbia

Whether you are simply heading home for winter break, feeling nostalgic in your senior year or getting ready to leave Columbia and return (like me) from a study abroad program, this is a list of all the things you absolutely must do before you go – so forget about your GPA and get cracking. 1. Take cute […]

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Stuff You Can Get For Free At Columbia

This semester’s winding down. If you’re going away for the summer, you only have a few days left to snag some swag. If you’re a senior, this is your last chance ever to harvest all the stuff you can get with CUID and a UNI. While one option is to pester your RA into getting you some free […]

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Too Good To Be True? Columbia Maker Space Opens Its Doors, Checkbook

Feeling crafty? Have you thought of a cool way to pimp your dorm room (pipe cleaners!!!!)? Bwogger Henry Litwhiler takes us to the newly opened Maker Space to talk about the innovative opportunities that are now available. For those currently harboring detailed blueprints for an erotic tea set under their floorboards, Columbia has launched a surprisingly generous […]

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