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CCSC was poppin’ this week with an exciting announcement from Race and Ethnicities Representative Colby King (CC ‘22), constitutional amendments, and appointment candidate speeches!

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Kind of like a ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’, but instead of pregnancy, it’s a guide to your anticipated crying sessions.

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If you’re anything like we were, you’ve already thought A LOT about what you’re bringing to college. Here’s our essential list of things you should and shouldn’t be bringing to Barnumbia.  The Basics (Shit You Should Already Know To Bring)  Mattress pad/topper Social security card/birth certificate/passport (you’ll avoid having to overnight it when you inevitably […]

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Here we go, folks. Not only is today Taylor Swift’s 29th birthday, it’s also the day that applicants who chose to bind their souls to our school— that is, those who applied Early Decision— will find out if their deals with the devil were successful. Early Decision applicants to Columbia College and SEAS (or, as […]

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