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On South Lawn: Kiddie Karnival Time

Lots of adults wearing Columbia blue, a few Public Safety officers, a bouncy castle and dead grass are all assembled on South Lawn, ostensibly to welcome kids to the Kiddie Carnival advertised outside Lerner. But there are no kids. Stay tuned! Update, 2:20: The carnival has begun! Peter Sterne reports that Elmo and Blue, of […]

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QuickSpec: “Step Right Up, Step Right Up!” Edition

Win access to thousands of Columbia student e-mail addresses. Win a first-year seminar with a Korean Idol finalist. Win a number to earn a chance to possibly secure a spot to see the Target Lady. Win an Icky Sticky Hand after playing three hours of “Street Fighter.” Win a medal, leg cramps, and a post-race […]

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