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Take A Study Break With Bwog

As part of ESC and CCSC’s Lerner Hall Study Hall (apparently they’re fans of redundancy), your buddies over at Bwog are hosting a study break tonight at midnight in the West Ramp Lounge (follow the noise). In addition to the classic foods and things, we’ll have a microphone for you to Air Your Grievances about anything—finals, […]

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CCSC Asks What’s Wrong; Students Reply, “Lots”

Last night, CCSC hosted a town hall/bitchfest called “What’s Wrong, Columbia?” Our very own Crackerjack Complainer Kem Walker went for the show, and came back with the following notes. Update, 8 pm: Topics at the meeting are provided after the jump, courtesy of Sarah Ngu. For an hour and a half this evening, Student Body President […]

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Butler Archetypes: The Girl With Noisy Heels

Louis XIV may have sported some pretty high stilettos (thanks for the cocktail party fodder, Core Curriculum), but at least he had the courtesy not to stomp around the Ref Room. Heel Hater Meriam Raouf profiles that Butler Archetype whose sharp clicks down the marble hallway are turning your hair gray.  It’s Sunday night. You’ve […]

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