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Is Prezbo’s Raise Enough?

In response to President Bollinger’s salary increase of $700,000 over the past few years, students have created a Tumblr called “President Bollinger’s Raise” and a GoFundMe page satirically demanding a “Fair Salary for Prezbo.” The Tumblr page gives examples of things on which Columbia could have spent its $700,000 instead of giving Prezbo a raise, such […]

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Did You Transfer Internally? Tell Us About It.

Dear all: The Blue and White is doing a piece for the last issue of the semester about the revamped internal transfer system (the old system looked kind of like this–scroll down to “Internal Affairs”) and its impact on the way admissions views and admits inter-school transfer students. We’re looking for anyone and everyone willing to talk […]

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Oprah Summons Women of Barnard

Oprah Winfrey, the Messiah  the entertainment mogul, philanthropist, and champion of women’s empowerment is looking for a Barnard student to rep their gender on Oprah’s new show, Oprah Winfrey: the Next Chapter. This is basically The Oprah Winfrey Show (which concluded last year with absurd amounts of fanfare), except instead of in-studio guests, Oprah travels far and wide. […]

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