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Overseen: Dean Kromm Wants Lawn Access, Too

Lawn access isn’t great at Columbia. For most of the year, they’re covered in tarps, and when it finally gets warm, they’re taken away almost immediately for commencement. While student council candidates promise to improve lawn access, one brave administrator decided to take matters into her own hands. A tipster sent us photos purporting to […]

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Deantini And Dean Kromm Talk Academics And Alcohol With CCSC

Monday man Joe Milholland reports on another encounter—more a skirmish than a battle—in the never-ending War on Fun, in addition to delivering a few updates on academic policy. CCSC never fails to delight us!  “This thing makes me sadder than almost anything else,” said Deantini at Sunday night’s Columbia College Student Council (CCSC) meeting, referring to […]

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