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Field Notes: Drunk In Love Or Just Drunk Edition

As Columbia gears up for Valentine’s Day tomorrow, it appears most of us spent the weekend either getting in the mood for love (or making ourselves forget). Which one were you? Or maybe you don’t even remember… Nevertheless, here are this weekend’s notes from the field.  Party Hardy: Ended up shepherding a friend home from 1020 […]

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Back Of The Envelope: Should You Buy This Adderall?

You know what time of year it is. No, not cuffing season. Or Christmas. It’s crunch time, which means (for some of the riskier folk)  d r u g s. It can be hard to know whether to buy at all. And you may not know what to buy, especially if your doctor forgot to prescribe […]

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From The Mag: Nightrider

Know how you haven’t left campus in a month? Think you’ll scream at the thought of eating one more meal in Ferris? Feel like you’re “wasting your potential” by not exploring the city? Never fear, The Blue and White has got you covered with our new column, the Travel Desk. To start things off, Senior Editor and […]

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