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Your RSVP to the Thanksgiving dinner being held by the Office of International Student Programs and Services is due today by 2:00pm, and you can submit that short form here. Dinner is open to all CC and SEAS undergraduate students, international and domestic. Join for a delicious meal shared with other students who will be around […]

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Just like much of Columbia’s population, Bwog will be starting its Thanksgiving break a day early. Some people/things, however, aren’t so lucky. NASA’s Curiosity won’t stop for a little bit of turkey and stuffing; he’s “found something,” but the space agency has yet to reveal what exactly is “one for the history books.” (Gizmodo) Nudists […]

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Halloween is over, and that means only one thing: time to start preparing for Thanksgiving. If you’ve got the cold-weather blues, this recipe for spicy-sweet squash will warm you right up! Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash Ingredients: 1 acorn squash For sweet side: butter brown sugar cinnamon For spicy side: olive oil chili powder curry […]

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