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Alma Mater And The Chamber Of Clandestine Secrets

Tunnel Explorer and Potions Master Britt Fossum thought she had what it took to be the heir of Slytherin. She quickly realized her mistake. Every Columbia student knows the legend of the owl nestled among Alma Mater’s robes, who will bless the first student in each year to find it with the title Valedictorian. But […]

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Print@CU, Spec, and Privacy Concerns

When Sam “Ruby Prince” Aarons told us he was selling Print@CU to Spectator, we were happy for him–it’s a big sell and it makes sense; Sam’s graduating this year and Print@CU will need upkeep after he’s gone. But next thing we know we’re getting all these freaked tips and noticing concerned conversation by the sanest […]

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SocketHop: Pretty Good Privacy

Between Snowden, Greenwald, and the NSA, encryption is in the news. But what is it? And how can you, a mild-mannered student at an American university, use it? And why should you? You’ve got nothing to hide, after all. In this latest SocketHop, Conor Skelding (no tech genius himself) tries to lay that out. Something […]

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