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Kisses Of Columbia

Valentine’s Day is about many things: romance, capitalism, anatomically-incorrect heart shapes… but most of all, kissing. First kisses can be sloppy, gross, fun, exciting, a weird mix, or all of the above. A few years ago, artist Sharon Pak released a collaborative project called Tell Me About Your First Kiss, and Deputy Editor Lila Etter was […]

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Senior Staff Writer Dakshina Chetti shares her experience in an panel filled with famous Netflix series Making a Murderer, aficionados and people who only heard that it’s famous. The writer and the director of the show, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos tell us how the 4-time Emmy Award-winning series came to be. Note: not easily. For the […]

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“Before I Die…,” the thought-provoking art installment that appeared at Columbia for some time last week, elicited sentence-completing thoughts that ranged from deep to inspiring to ridiculous to annoying (looking at you, kid who wants to turn into a penguin). The concept left a lot of room for different interpretations, so we created a list of […]

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