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We don’t know if you’ve heard, but Columbia loves money more than Mr. Krabs. They love it so much that, five years ago, they manufactured a holiday specifically around money! Giving Day is Columbia University’s annual effort to suck dry the wallets of all their alumni. To be fair, it’s pretty effective – last year, […]

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Today is Giving Day here at Columbia, which is an online fundraising competition between the many schools that make up the university (and apparently “Athletics” is its own school?). Notably, the money donated to each school’s fund can only be used for that school–the money isn’t part of general funds. Check out the Leader Board to […]

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For Giving Day, on Low Plaza. Admire its majesty as this work of art takes shape. It is black and gold and white all over, and even though Giving Day is over a month away (October 23rd, to be precise), it’s thanking generous-minded Columbians in advance for “changing lives that change the world.” You’re welcome? […]

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