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Field Notes: Perseverance In The Face Of Sloth Edition

So, Hurricane Joaquin happened. The wind howled, the rain drops fell mercilessly against your window, and you binge-watched the entire first season of How to Get Away with Murder in one and a half days/had a fight with your boyfriend. It’s okay, because other people got up to stuff for you! Enjoy, and email any and […]

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Everybody Has A Secret Crush On Hamilton

Bulletin boards on the first three floors of Hamilton–on both staircases!–are plastered with blank Hallmark Valentine’s Day cards. Our cynical heart beats again!

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All Articles Curing All Your Valentine’s Woes With A Mere Click!

If Valentine’s Day is slipping away and you’re starting to fret about not being with your crush, well, fret no longer! Following its successful stint at the College of William and Mary, (formerly the CrushFinder) has expanded and hit Columbia/Barnard and wants YOU to sign up and start crushin’! According to Josh Weinstein, Princeton […]

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