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In a debate hosted by the Columbia Maison Française, panelists attempted to determine whether Europe is a democracy, exploring what defines democracy and if there is a difference between the words “democracy” and “democratic.” 

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For city council, kiss those term limits goodbye! “Basically the President of the EU” warns Columbia students about the future.  Drastic times call for drastic measures.  Barnard changes Econ requirements. Forbes’s love affair with Ratemyprofessors.com.  Are you skeptical? Budget deficit means even fewer reasons to accept MTA’s fare hike. QuAM runs with scissors.

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