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With the hard decision of choosing a name for their child long past, Beyonce and Jay-Z have turned their attention toward politics. President Obama does some naming of his own, referring to the celebrities as “Jay and Bey.” (Washington Post) Columbia reaffirms its status as a top research university by adding the comic archive of the author of […]

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In 1951, Columbia teamed up with Harvey Comics to produce an anti-drug comic book called “Trapped.” And now it’s on eBay. You have just 2 hours and 36 minutes left to bid on what the seller promises is a “fine condition copy of this scarce early anti-drug effort with light cover wear!”

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So Long, Farewell

As the semester draws its last rattling breaths, your professors offer their wit and wisdom to sustain you through finals. Bruce Cronin, American Foreign Policy, on cheating: “If you’re Jewish or you’re Catholic, this will eat away at your soul for the rest of your life. So don’t do it!” Sunil Gulati, Principles of Economics, […]

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