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While some things at Columbia can be taught (like remembering Ferris is closed on Sundays), other things are harder to pick up on, like knowing the difference between a Deantini and a martini. Recognizing this frustration, we have put together a short list of important buzzwords & slang to know at Columbia. If we’ve missed […]

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Your friendly neighborhood CCSC reporter (Joe Milholland) tackled a USenate meeting this past weekend. He reports on important updates about university Rules of Conduct, particularly with respect to media coverage of campus events, as well as other updates. “We’re turning into an athletic powerhouse,” PrezBo said at Friday’s University Senate Plenary, earning him a round of […]

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One Bwogger was at Comp Sci office hours yesterday looking over her Data Structures homework, when she discovered an incredible portion of the assignment: Don’t get what any of that means? That’s okay, most of our staff doesn’t either–but responses varied from “omfg” to “I have never appreciated Comp Sci until now.” We’re also happy that […]

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I worked with Mateo for over a year several years ago. What a smart, good, cool dude. It isn't fair. (read more)
SEAS Ph.D. Student Mateo Williams Has Passed Away
June 22, 2021

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