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Yes, the short film Anges is screening at Columbia. No, it’s not actually about biblical angels. Editor’s warning: mentions of gun violence.

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This weekend was one for the books, friends. Only just a few more until the end of the semester and we can all go the fuck home (or wherever we’ll be). For now, let’s just be thankful that we survived.  Accomplishments, actually: Went to DC to lobby Congress for progressive gun control reform!! Yay #tuckfrump […]

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The New York Times blogs from the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in D.C.! The Medical Center and Harvard have discovered that women who drink large quantities of alcohol are at greater risk for mouth cancer. (Health News Digest) Crime in Central Park almost doubles this year. (NY Daily News) Honor-system? What’s dat? (Gothamist) […]

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