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If you’re wondering why you woke up today to Beyonce and LMFAO, it’s ’cause CCO was getting ready to fix New York City. They’re at it now!

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Kind of on the fence about lending a hand to your fellow man? Columbia Community Outreach wonders—would it help if you got a free tee-shirt? No? Uh… how about a pair of sunglasses? Free breakfast? Free pizza, you say? Done. CCO’s promo vid misses the mark—after all, nothing says, “I’m an altruist,” like a video […]

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Columbia Community Outreach 2010 still rocked out on the steps and saved the world despite the winter weather amidst our long-awaited Spring. Photos by RSN

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Nothing says “Community Service” like Dunkin Donuts, hot chocolate, and Rock Band, right? CCO’s coming up (March 27th, just on the other side of spring break), so they’re taking over the Lerner Piano lounge from 8:00-10:00pm tonight for their “Rock Out, Chow Down” free food extravaganza.  There will be a raffle, too–all the details are […]

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