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Watching Jersey Shore can make you feel like a sociologist studying a foreign world of super tan “juiced” fist-pumpers. Professor Diane Vaughn’s Mistake, Misconduct and Disaster class got to observe the subject up close when one of the show’s stars, Vinny, stopped by earlier today (better or worse than Natalie Portman?). Unfortunately he didn’t talk about […]

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Have you ever wanted to get into the mind of a Columbia ID checker, to see what it’s like behind that desk? A new blog, The Red Zone (http://showyourid.blogspot.com/), offers just that opportunity. It chronicles the tales of an Avery General Assistant, known to readers only as “GA,” since the author never mentions his/her name. […]

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Overheard near Uris: “Let’s go to Avery—that’s where all the hot girls are.” Official Response from Avery Library staff member, Ian Scheffler, CC’12: “He’s totally right, I mean there are all those hot Italian girls from the architecture school.” “Yeah, if you’re tired of reading, just look at all the pretty people … I mean […]

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