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Last night Peter Sterne learned pretty much anything you would want to know and probably a lot of stuff you wouldn’t about how to have a career in politics. Last night, Matt McMillan, CC ’03 and internet consultant for Democratic political campaigns, showed a group of about 40 undergraduates in Hamilton 602 what it really takes […]

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The chickens have come home to roost.  Krebs and Alidaddy slug it out for the final time. Student group endorsements, here have one.  They’re handed out like candy. Even with this, no one still knows what any of those funny acronyms actually mean. Take a brochure, get more confused about Barnard. Phillip Roth is glad […]

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ESC elects president.  No one will have to brush their teeth in Mudd anymore. CCSC campaigns kick off today.  Everyone is promising the same thing.  What ever happened to off-campus flex? Ticket with a funny name, welcome to the big show.  Get slapped with a rules violation. A New face for Bank Street College. Bloomberg, […]

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