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The Columbia Neuroscience Society will be having a research symposium today from 1:00 to 3:00 in the Satow Room, and there will be food (of the free variety). If you’re looking to find some potential research opportunities (not just in the Neuroscience Department) or looking for brain food lunch, stop by! Things got really out […]

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Whether you’ve been waiting your whole life or just the last week since your last hit, the Blue and White meeting tonight is exactly what you need.  Come to talk through the current issue, discuss pitches for the next, and share in our general decent demeanors.  The meeting is tonight at 9 pm in St. […]

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Hungry? For food? For knowledge? Attend today’s lecture “The Inner City as a Global Space” and feed both! Talk about the relation between global issues and urban settings while munching on a free lunch. The lecture will begin at 12:30 PM in the IAB and will be given by Columbia’s own Professor Sudhir Venkatesh. Bring […]

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CSA will serve free food from Havana Central and hold a raffle for movie tickets during their Open House from 12 pm to 4 pm today in 403 Lerner. They’ll also offer 15-minute meetings, no appointments necessary. Remember— class registration is form April 11th to 15th. There’s nothing like the fiery taste of authentic Cuban cuisine […]

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