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SGA Ends The Semester

Barnard’s SGA convened for their final spring meeting, and Barnard Bureau Chief Emerita Dassi Karp stepped in for one last time to cover the action.

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Personals: Nathen, and Liam

Valentine’s Day approacheth! Today’s Columbians looking for love are Nathen Huang, and Liam Bland. If you want to take any one of these awesome humans on a date, email us and we’ll set it up (and give you ten whole dollars to take ‘em out). But sorry guys, we’re just toooooo popular — we’ve received […]

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Dance The Night Away….

….with CUDM. If you’ve been bemoaning the lack of good dancing at Columbia, look no further: registration for Columbia University Dance Marathon is now open. For those of you not in the know, CUDM is an 18 hour fundraising event for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS foundation, where you dance in the Lerner Party Space. […]

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