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The Columbia Culinary Society is hosting its 3rd annual Erotic Cake Competition, and they need more bakers! The competition will be held this Tuesday, the 7th of February, at 9:30 in the Satow Room. For inspiration, check out last year’s entries, and if you feel you can get up to this stimulating challenge, email culinary@columbia.edu […]

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Remember when Yo Momma jokes were cool? Neither do we. Remember when Fes from That ’70s Show even had an MTV show dedicated to solely Yo Mamma battles? Neither do we. Okay, maybe we watched it once or twice, but still, it looks like a few Columbians can’t grasp the fact that talking about moms […]

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Architecture students, take note: Jenny Hsu, SEAS ’10, made this 7-layer model of Low Library out of 100% edible ingredients! Says Hsu, “I just wanted to make it. I’m a second semester senior.” More photos of the cake, as well as photos of an earlier Alice in Wonderland-themed cake, after the jump.

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