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As Spec has noted, Barnard students have received an email advisory warning about a meningicoccal meningitis outbreak at UPenn in the past few days. “If you attended an event on the University of Pennsylvania campus between February 2, 2009 and February 13, 2009,” wrote Barnard Health Services Director Brenda Slade, “please contact Barnard Health Services […]

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The US Men’s Olympic Fencing team took home the silver medal in team saber. One member of the team was Columbia’s own James Williams, CC ’07, (smiling victoriously at right) who fenced in the gold medal meet. GO USA!

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Bwog daily editor Mariela Quintana floats into the surprisingly happy go lucky world of Ivy League fencing. The Columbia Fencing team did not carry themselves with the athletic aggression that one would expect at their final competition of the season. The mood Wednesday evening at Dodge Fitness Center evoked memories of the indoor soccer tournaments […]

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