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Cake craver Raphaëlle Debenedetti sat down Natasha Noman, GS’13, of the team “Peace of Cake,” which is representing Columbia against approximately 70 other universities in a case challenge called “Thought For Food.”  Other group members include Nick Chiosie, GS’14, Clava Brodsky, CC’13, Rob Grabow, SIPA’11, and Barbara Magid, SIPA/School of Public Health’12.  Vote for them […]

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It seems like spring break was so far away, so we have to make the memories last.  Documenting her trip, here is Mia Shapiro, BC’14, who headed down to Nicaragua. Where did you go, who with, and for how long? This spring break, I went to Nicaragua with 15 other Columbia/Barnard students through an organization […]

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Every year Ecoreps organizes Give and Go Green in the Spring and Green Sales in the Fall (you dump your old stuff; they store it and sell it). This year, as always, Ecoreps gives you the opportunity to apply to one of or both of these events, but also to be part of GREEN NSOP […]

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CU Habitat for Humanity is having a “presentation and discussion” on affordable housing, homelessness prevention, urban development, and racial inequality in New York with prominent speakers like Rev. Georgiette Morgan-Thomas, Chair of Manhattan Community Board 9.  There will also be free pizza from V&T.  This will be from 6 to 7 pm in Lerner 568. […]

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