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Liquid Nitrogen Study Break

We know it’s only the first day of reading “week.” And sure, it’s snowing out. And you’ll definitely be invited to a thousand study breaks this week. But this is probably the coolest one you’ll be invited to and if you’re being honest with yourself, you already need it. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers […]

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Free Food, T-shirts, and More

As part of a Microsoft “meet the company” event, Columbia’s IEEE branch will offer free food, free t-shirts, and the chance to win an Xbox starting at 7:30 pm in Davis Auditorium. Be sure to mumble something about microprocessors while you’re pretending to be an engineer and nabbing all the goodies. Ghost of computers past […]

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Free Food, Stuff and a Movie

The IEEE and the Ferris Reel Film Society are co-hosting a screening of District 9 in Lerner cinema at 10 PM, preceded by free pizza, subs and free IEEE t-shirts, bags, electronics and more EE things at 9:15 PM in the piano lounge. The movie’s free if you’re an EE student. If not, you’ll have […]

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