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Believe it or not, while you’re hiding under your covers avoiding high school friends, the world is still going on, somewhere, and we continue to believe that it is rotating around NYC and, specifically, our very own Columbia.  Here’s what’s been happening outside of your house: In 2012, murders were at an all-time low, non-Apple […]

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Earlier this week we published the official petition signed by over 350 professors in support of Occupy Wall Street. At least some of those signees have already joined the demonstrations downtown. Tomorrow another professor, Jeffrey Sachs, will meet with students to discuss some of the issues protesters have raised such as unemployment, economic justice and […]

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Most people like to eat. Most people do not like to spend money, hence our free food tips. A great lover of free food has been revealed to us and now reports regularly on the quality, quantity, and pizazz of free food events around campus. Read on as The Scrounger gets collegiate at College Days. Be on […]

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Where In The World Is That Columbia Classroom?
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Starting after January 1st when the new Business School opens, all of Uris Hall (and University Hall and Computer Center) (read more)
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Very informative, thanks Charlie! (read more)
Where In The World Is That Columbia Classroom?
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