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A quick look at the calendar has reminded us that today is 7/11, a date identical to the name of wonderful convenience store 7 Eleven. In honor of this extraordinary annual coincidence, 7 Eleven is giving away free 11 oz. Slurpees, all day, to you. The easiest 7 Eleven to get to is probably on […]

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“Columbians” miscredited, discredited, and, well, just plain credited, worldwide: Spike Lee has certainly stalked our campus before. First, it was to use Hamilton Hall in a scene of Malcom X (to serve as Harvard, of all places). Later, Bwog discovered he was ducking into the same building for evening Lit Hum sessions. Now, a Chicago […]

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