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The Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal has fired another salvo in their ongoing feud against Jester, claiming responsibility for the recent disappearance of 700 issues of the most recent Jester issue. They’ve placed the once-missing issues all over campus, and attached a message: “Jester Promotes Scientific Fallacies.” The full-page manifesto contains many of the CUSJ grievances, a […]

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Remember Project Athena, the promised Columbia wiki that was supposed to revolutionize campus life? Right, “barely” was our response, too. That is, until a mysterious i-banker IMed Bwog with the tantalizing info: Project Athena was online, and hosted off campus. We were quickly directed to wikicu.com, the slightly less sonorous realization of the project. While most of the […]

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Quick CUSJ

A few hours ago, you probably deleted an email from The Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal. Now that you know what CUSJ stands for, we bet you regret that click to the trash. Here are a few of the highlights. With their new skills, Coltrane, Prospero, and Horatio can play three-card-monte. Immigration. It turns South Asians […]

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