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Overheard: Summer Romance

Love is in the air! Just look around you—sometimes you have to squint a little, but there’s magic in the minutiae. On  116th and Broadway: Girl: So do you love me or not? Guy: Right now I just have to take a massive dump. Coming out of a girls’ bathroom: Guy: I don’t understand what […]

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Lecture Hop: The Art of Flirting

Last Thursday renowned sexologist Jane Bogart came to Columbia to teach us how to flirt. The curious and coquettish Noel Duan attended. YouTube clips and Powerpoint lectures are usually more associated with class than with campus dating, but last Thursday night, Schermerhorn 614 was host to the Art of Flirting, a workshop given by Jane Bogart, a renowned […]

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Overheard: Deconstructing Race and Gender

In IAB, after Foner’s Civil War Class “You’re taking badmitton as a gym class?  That is SO the best way to wake up in the morning.  Are you like a champion yet?” “Well…I’m the best white person in the class” [Insert witty pun about the Civil War and badminton here].  ——————————— Overheard on 116th near […]

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