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We overheard two gentlemen at the Columbia bookstore buying their books for CC, and it doesn’t seem like they know what they’ve signed up for. Guy: I’ve got to buy two more books for CC, one’s called Three… Jinnies… and the other is by… Frehd, Frawd… Frohd?  Guy’s friend: How do you spell that?  It’s […]

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As classes end and real studying begins, it is easy to get stuck in your head.  Especially when you’ve been doing readings all day.  Seemingly innocuous boards turn into something much more significant as the layers of meaning come to life and confound through what you learned in Psych 101.  After all: Life is the same. […]

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Bwogger Eliza Shapiro may be a full year away from the CC dose of Freud, but that didn’t stop her from getting up for this semester’s CC Coursewide Lecture. Groggy CC sophomores and their balding elbow-patched professors filed into Miller Theater Friday morning for a coursewide lecture given by Jonathan Lear, a professor at our […]

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