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What’s the only thing better than free? More free! In celebration of the last First Friday of the semester, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), Columbia Queer, and Lambda Phi Epsilon invite you to an awesome free dance party full of other awesome free-ness in Roone tonight from 11 pm to 2 am, complete with […]

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Here’s the trouble with the holidays: indulging in too many homemade, holiday treats – latkes, gelt, pecan pie, eggnog and the like – often results in no longer looking so svelte in the lovely argyle sweater Santa or the Hanukkah Armadillo brought for you.  And you know, eating healthy isn’t so bad.  What with Pink […]

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Possibly in response to the recent “Kick Coke off Campus” event, the Coca-Cola corporation has pulled up an old-school truck to Broadway Between 115th and 116th, and is playing lively music (Rakim at one point) and giving away vintage 8.5-ounce glass bottles (the rep says it’s the 1901 design) of their main product.  Find your […]

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