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Amid those emails from your TA and that club you went to once just for that cute girl, you may have noticed messages from mysterious aliases, lists-cc@columbia-listserv-cc.listserv.org or columbia@lists-columbia.listserv.org, inviting you to join an even more cryptic “Columbia Listserv.” While these emails may appear to be legitimate and the site claims to be “institution-sponsored,” CUIT gave […]

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It sucks, but we all knew it was coming. The MTA continues to ruin your life and has officially raised subway fares to $2.50/single ride. (City Room) Columbians know how to use the interwebz. Who knew? (The Eye) If see more law enforcement agents on your subway commute today, don’t be alarmed. An Operation Railsafe […]

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