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From The Issue: Uncomfortable Conversations

The Blue and White just released their November issue of the mag online last night, and we’re posting a few of the pieces throughout the week. First, we bring you a piece by Editor-in-chief Hallie Nell Swanson on the language of safety on campus. This summer, a series of articles released in mainstream media outlets […]

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The April Blue and White is now on campus. Budgeting meant that the printed interview with Dean James Valentini was truncated. Enjoy it here in its full glory. James Valentini has been Dean of Columbia College for four years. Before then, he taught in the Chemistry Department, most notably Gen Chem. His tenure began inauspiciously […]

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From The Issue: The Orations Of Pericles

In case you haven’t heard, the latest issue of The Blue and White is on campus now. Check out this feature on EC security guard and subway preacher Pericles Almanzar by Staff Writer Michelle Cheripka, CC ’16. If you’ve stumbled into and out of EC late on a Saturday night, chances are that you’ve met Pericles Almanzar, […]

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