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Tonight at 7 pm in the John Jay Lounge, musicians from Columbia and Juilliard aim to melt your brains.  They will be playing classical music in new and exciting ways, changing your perspective on what this music is like.  Given the concert’s title, we can bet you’re gonna leave inspired and feeling kick-ass.  In addition […]

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The Riverside Church needs your help! Today is the last major volunteering day for Hurricane Sandy Relief/Recovery. Sundays are typically their busiest and least staffed days. You can stop by to lend your time or bring a donation at any point until 7pm tonight. Volunteer efforts have recently transitioned from relief to recovery. Many displaced people now […]

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