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Field Notes: Spring Midterms Edition

A week from today, regardless of where your spring break plans are taking you, you’ll have abandoned the books (just as a fellow NYC resident did on a non-shoveled sidewalk in Alphabet City this weekend) and be done with your midterms (hopefully). But we still needed to pretend this weekend that we aren’t in the […]

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What Is the Ivy That Appears Most Often in the NYT’s Wedding Pages?

IT IS COLUMBIA. Roar, Lion, roar! Today on Daily Intel, we learned that there is a new website that makes the last 3,981 wedding announcements in the Times and made them into a database. Columbia has been mentioned 615 times. Browse and see if your TA married your other TA! Harvard had only 466 and […]

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How not to piss off your RA

For all you needy first-years that want to get in with your R.A., heed the words of Resident Advisor alumnus Zachary Bendiner. Or be damned!  Ahoy, nubile class of 2010 !   As you endure the harrowing pop of your collegiate cherry, remember that you are never alone. When you are blubbering over your B+ […]

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