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Yesterday, Chef Robert Irvine made his annual trek to Morningside Heights to consult with the dining staff on CU’s culinary options. Emma Seely-Katz, a long-time starry-eyed admirer of the chef’s, got to both talk to him and take selfies with him in John Jay. The encounter has left her possibly even more enamored than before. […]

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