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Free foods tonight: Courtesy of Habitat for Humanity. Visit them tonight at 8 p.m. in Earl Hall Auditorium, and have a look at their photo exhibition while you’re there. Alternatively, you might want to stop by The Culinary Society’s Erotic Cake Competition. 10 different teams will be tested on their cakes’ taste, originality, and appearance. […]

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Issue 2 of C-Spot, Columbia’s “erotic review,” is now on the shelves and online. There’s a new gallery of your classmates, and here’s some quotes from the new issue for your titillation. “Conceivably, Columbia gives us everything we should ever need to be all-stars in the bedroom: perseverance, open-mindedness, creativity, confidence, adaptability etc.” “Once perhaps […]

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A big Bwog welcome to C-Spot, “a new erotic review produced by Columbia students,” which we delightedly noticed on stands yesterday. This campus has been bereft of an honest-to-god sex magazine since the short life of Outlet–which never even ended up in print, and is sadly no longer available online–as has Harvard, whose flash-in-the-pan H-Bomb […]

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