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David Rakoff just can’t get enough of his Alma Mater. After speaking with Andy Borowitz here last week, the CC ’86er returns for a Lit Night sponsored by Columbia Magazine, which will also include readings by professors Ed Park and Hannah Tinti. It all happens from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Alumni Center on 113th, and will […]

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As Confucius once said, “Well behaved women rarely make history… or orgasms!” Except Confucius didn’t actually ever say that. But the Well Women did! Tonight they’re hosting an event in honor of Women’s History Month called Naughty Girls’ Night In, featuring open discussion about female sexual pleasure, sex toy presentations, and more. To stay in with […]

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