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We know, it seems like they’ve been going on for weeks, and they’ll go on for weeks after this. However, today is officially designated as midterm date by Columbia’s registrar and academic calendar. This means you can no longer ignore them, but you can add them to your list of things to procrastinate. (Or you […]

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Our fellow Columbians, another year has come and gone. It was a rollercoaster, but now we can finally retire back to our quiet abodes. Whether you aced your finals or barely stayed in school, you can still come back next year with a (mostly) clean slate. Have wonderful summers made of fulfilling internships and lovely […]

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