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More than a few tipsters informed us about this video of various Columbia sports teams getting pumped up for homecoming, and we think that it’s rockin’ and putting us in the fighting spirit. (Take note of the delightful twist in the elevator scene at 1:41.) The energetic dancing has only begun! Another video, created by Arvin […]

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A Man of the People

A short while ago, a tall, well-dressed, middle-aged man strolled into Butler and started handing out candy canes to disheveled students. Grinning and making polite conversation, he proceeded confidently from the café to the third floor. Bemused bookworms naturally sent a flurry of tips, having cottoned on to the fact that this was not another […]

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