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Tipster Ron G. sends us these screenshots from the latest episode of Futurama. The school has everything from iconic gates… …to red-brick, neoclassical buildings and the Van Am tholos … …to cheap tuition. But Columbia(c) is not the first university to be featured on Futurama. A few weeks ago, an episode set in the sewers […]

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There’s now a name for the behavior of awkward, anti-social New Yorkers—or at least for one facet of behavior. Have you played sidewalk chicken today? (Gothamist) There are now delightfully invasive photos and a livecam of the baby hawks of Washington Square Park. Now it’s just time to name them! Perhaps not as majestic as […]

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