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Rita Hollander, Get Thee to Kent!

A CUID deity has fallen. Fraudulent CUID detective John Nordin has tipped that Rita Hollander’s ID– the CUID to which we are all meant to aspire– has expired! As of May 2009, the robotic Ms. Hollander, the (semi) anonymous face of the CUID, is no longer a registered member of the Columbia community. It’s going […]

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BS in GS: Former Student Convicted of ID Theft

Harvard rejects can always feel bad that Ted Kaczynski was accepted, and now Columbia has its very own esteemed criminal alumni. Esther Reed, a Montana woman who attended Columbia for two years under an assumed identity, was sentenced yesterday to four years in prison for identity theft. Starting in 2004, Reed spent two years studying […]

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B&W and Bwog: Now on Facebook!

The newest edition to The Blue and White media family? A Facebook profile! Make sure to befriend BandW Bwog for access to meeting information, unlimited wall-posts, photos of debauched Blue and White parties and more. We promise we’ll never poke you.

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