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Columbia Plants Guide

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub ’84 names the plants.

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As the flowers by Havermeyer bloom, and we enter our first week of weather with steady highs in the 60s, it’s safe to say, after all the false starts, spring has sprung! Enjoy these wonderful picures by Ravi Bhalla, CC’13.

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RoomHop all the way to the Quad with Hannah Goldstein and check out the floral side of Barnard. If you’d like to see a crib get Hopped, contact us at tips@bwog.net with a picture. Walking down the eighth floor of Sulzberger Hall in the Barnard Quad, you might get the passing notion that something is […]

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