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In a website update on March 9, Barnard College announced a plan for Spring 2021 commencement: a virtual ceremony paired with socially-distanced, outdoor events for individual departments.

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Navigating a time-honored Columbia tradition: getting hit on by Anonymous.

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Thanks Mother Nature, but nobody needed any more disasters this year. Happening in the World: Hurricane Iota, a category 4 storm has reached Northeastern Nicaragua, a region very near that which was battered by Hurricane Eta just weeks ago. The coasts of Nicaragua and Honduras are expected to see significant flooding and possible mudslides as […]

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In today’s news: early voting in New York City seems to take longer than becoming a member of the Supreme Court.

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Against all odds, Bacchanal 2021 will be the best Columbia has had in years, thanks to yours truly.

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Deputy News Editor Nicki Camberg, Daily Editor Bannon Beall, and Senior Staff Writer Daniel Ortega-Venni analyzed your favorite characters from childhood and placed them all within the CUCU (the Columbia University Cinematic Universe). 

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In an alternate universe where Columbia students meet organically and begin beautiful, consistent romances based on mutual interests and not Bumble profiles, this is how it happens.

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New Covid hotspots, a warp-speed judicial nomination, ancient pedestrians, and more!

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I worked with Mateo for over a year several years ago. What a smart, good, cool dude. It isn't fair. (read more)
SEAS Ph.D. Student Mateo Williams Has Passed Away
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