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In the onslaught of discovering the perfect abode, one apartment has the perfect sales pitch: a path to the White House. For $2,500 it could be yours, presidency and all (maybe). And on 142 West 109th Street, it’s only a short walk from campus! “Yes president OBAMA lived in this unit while he attended Columbia […]

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Cheers to a fairly successful effort to get Obama on campus, in some capacity. Though smaller in scope than some endeavors, ESC 2014 t-shirts do at least get the job done. Silly engineers, Obama went to the College! OR DID HE…? On an unrelated note, here is a picture of Obama as a pirate. Adorbs. […]

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Rumor has it that while Barry was doing this, Michelle, the kids and First Grandmother Marian Robinson lunched at Dinosaur BBQ this afternoon. The Obamas-sans-POTUS are in town this week, catching Broadway shows and apparently sizing up Manhattanville. Do you realize that means 3/4 of the Obama family breathed the same air as you today? […]

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