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Columbia: In yesterday’s epic battle, the Giant Snowball proved to be a worthy opponent to Columbia Facilities’ snow plough. The War on Snowfun rages on. Iran: Imprisoned Iranian scholar Kian Tajbakhsh, who earned his Ph.D. from Columbia and was supposed to teach here this year, has had his sentence reduced to five years. (Spec) The Senate: […]

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Reuters reports that an Iranian court has sentenced Kian Tajbakhsh, a U.S.-Iranian scholar, to more than 12 years in prison due to alleged espionage and acts against national security.  Tajbakhsh was taken into custody in July after the disputed June election triggered mass chaos and civilian uprising in Iran.  As Reuters explains, “The verdict looked […]

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