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Let It Go/Let It Snow

Channel your inner Elsa as you romanticize the sludgy remnants of a winter beauty.

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Life is hard at Columbia. Which means that everyone here could use a good cry every now and then. But space is at a premium here, which means that finding a quiet spot to emote in peace—much like finding a place to hook up—can be very difficult. Perhaps you a rising sophomore just learning that […]

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Sometimes you’re just lonely on a Saturday night when you ain’t got nobody. The LLC had you covered this time, with an event titled “How to Hug.” And if you have to ask who doesn’t know how to hug, the answer is Bwog’s hug-phobic Britt Fossum. Apparently Columbia is so devoid of warmth and basic […]

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