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We know how you feel. Only a week after Spring Break ended, and you’ve already begun to replace memories of the sun and sand with problem sets and papers. You feel listless, unsure what to do, and hungover from last night. Let the lovely Jamila Barra, of DMV cartoon fame, cheer you up with her […]

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Robbery Last Night

Public Safety has just informed us that a student was robbed of her cell phone by two males last night at the Wien Gate. One of the suspects grabbed the student’s cell phone from behind, and as she struggled with him, she fell to the ground. The suspects then fled the scene to Morningside Park.

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