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Update, 8:30 pm Parida sends us this follow-up message to you, dear readers, to clarify your questions/concerns/finals-induced-rants: “Hey guys this was a joke. I turned it in and then turned in a real assignment afterwards. Good luck on your finals. Don’t do what you thought I did. That would be bad.” Parida, CC ’15, submitted four […]

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Last week, a college sports guy wrote about how much he dislikes Ivy League marching bands (or rather, “marching” bands). This past Saturday, the Columbia University Marching Band responded with the below letter. Catch the second promo video for Orgo Night after the jump. To the Editor: I am a Columbia University undergraduate and a member of its […]

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