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This week’s edition of student council coverage brings important information about switching your advisor, possibility of creating a student hang-out space, a controversial proposal to shorten Lerner Mail lines, swipe access for GS/JTS students, and (hip hip..) how Council should delegate and micro-manage less (hooray!). Satow Bureau Chiefs Sarah Ngu and Maren Killackey report! First […]

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Bwog received multiple tips this morning about an ashy disturbance looming over Barnard and Columbia’s campus. Public Safety stated that they haven’t heard anything about ash raining down around 116th, but Housing suggested that it might just be from the newly lit heating unit in that building. All we do know is that black ash […]

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Going to school in New York City can be rough, especially when the weather is rainy and gross, and everyone is grumpy. Friends, take heart—spring break is only two weeks away! Until then, sit back, and enjoy the ‘toons. And remember, there’s no better way to procrastinate than a lil’ constructive doodling. We want your […]

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