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January 22nd, 2014. Columbia University. I continue my observation of the students at Columbia University. The weather is unusually cold today and snow covers the extensive walkways except where some sort of magical melting powder has been spread; this causes the students to rush from class to class with twice the speed they usually do. […]

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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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Now that you’re all entered in the lottery in an attempt to snag one of the first thousand accounts of LionMail, take a look at these super secret screenshots of what it’ll look like….which is essentially the Gmail interface with the perk of a preloaded Columbia directory. It’ll make e-mailing faculty easier, but just make sure […]

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