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Staff Writer Aditi Patil updates us on the many problems that have been occurring in NoCo since the beginning of this semester.  Many of us, at least those who actually make the pilgrimage all the way to NoCo, might have heard about the escalators, which are now out of use until April at the latest. […]

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Bwog received several tips that a water pipe burst in JJ’s Place, leaking about an inch of water into the kitchen area. The manager reportedly yelled that people shouldn’t touch wires. We also heard that the flood was from all the rain New York’s been getting today, which makes sense: Bwog spotted a few leaky […]

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A Straight Flush

According to a tip, a urinal in the John Jay 5 men’s room is flooding. The urinal is pissed. A straight flush. The biggest leak since Snowden. Who’s in trouble? Urine trouble! I hate John Jay. Fuck this place. Suck my dick Columbia. Remember that you can call Columbia Housing 24/7 at (212) 854-2779 for […]

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Tipsters have reported that there is significant leak in a computer lab on the 5th floor of Schermerhorn Hall. Computers had to be moved and trash cans were used to retain the water. One writes that “it looked like a pipe had broken on one of the top floors of the building. There was so […]

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Columbia researchers find that the dust from car exhaust increases the chance for, among other things, brain damage, autism, depression, and Alzheimer’s. (WSJ) Yesterday, voters soundly rejected an anti-abortion initiative in Mississippi and a law limiting union rights in Ohio. (NYT) Though the initial flooding in Thailand may be over, the recovery is expected to cost in excess of […]

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We’ve received word that something seriously foul is flooding EC in at least two places. Housing sez all available facilities workers and administrators are already on the scene fixing the leak. As for what’s leaking, we dunno. Venom? UPDATE: Public Safety has closed the main EC entrance. The powers that be are directing residents to the loading […]

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This is just not Café 212’s week. After being hit with 62 violations in a recent health inspection, the store flooded and has now been closed for “maintenance.” A tipster reports that he saw a man in a face mask and what looked like a mop right outside the store. No word on when it […]

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A bad sign for the new semester: Butler Library’s basement has flooded, and, according to a security guard, the whole building is without water or heat. In fact, “all mechanical systems went down,” the guard said. Butler will be closed at least for the day, but it’s unknown how long it will be until the […]

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