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With reading week here, the urge to procrastinate is strong. Here are a couple tools that might keep you off Facebook and on the books. Both StayFocusd for Chrome and LeechBlock for Firefox allow users to block or limit access to specific, time-wasting websites. Users must manually enter every website they wish to block for […]

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Freshpeople, seniors, and everyone in between should attend one of Columbia’s most enjoyable traditions: CUMB’s 69th semiannual Orgo Night. Same Band time, same Band place: Butler 209, 11:59- but get there early, it gets crowded quickly and you might get locked out. Laugh at Columbia, sing “Roar, Lion, Roar,” and resume your studies. Send video, […]

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“I can’t say it was the best decision” Press releases: an overworked reporter’s best friend Homelessness: nobody’s best friend School spirit: still sort of lacking (unless it’s for water polo) Plus: Columbia’s Safire on pimple-toms and booby caresses!

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For those of you who get caught plagiarizing on your finals or otherwise, here are some essays you can write about why plagiarism is bad. The one Bwog used: Plagiarism (missing works cited) By Bwog Plagiarism is a distinguished sounding word. One would almost think that it sounds like some lofty philosophical ideal named for […]

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