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As you may or may not be aware, Columbia was a major hub of the Beat poetry movement, that is if you believe the plaque about Jack Kerouac in the Hartley sky lounge. Daniel Radcliffe shot a movie about the Beats on our campus, and the result, Kill Your Darlings, is now in wide release. […]

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Tipster informs us that, after days of speculation, Daniel Radcliffe is on College Walk RIGHT NOW filming Kill Your Darlings, where he plays Allen Ginsberg.  Run out and see him, kids! Photo courtesy of Brian Wu, SEAS ’15

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