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It’s a busy semester for all of us, and especially the SEAS students. With the launch of Engineering Week 2014, which is coinciding with SEAS 150th anniversary, it doesn’t get more programmed than this! Sun, 2/16: Opening Ceremony Dinner Roone, 7:00 – 9:00 pm Open to: entire Columbia community Sun, 2/16: Launch Week Light Display College Walk, […]

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The opening ceremony for Engineering Week will take place in Roone Arledge at 6 pm tonight, and there will be a bunch of food from Thai Market that apparently cost someone $2,000 but will cost $0 for you! There will be free food and free T-Shirts throughout the week in celebration of engineering at Columbia […]

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The ESC is rewarding those of you who decided to do something smart with your undergraduate degrees with a week of free food events, wholesome fun, and most importantly enough free t-shirts to fill your Wien double. Make sure to stop by one of the many events. There’s at least one every day in addition […]

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