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One of the hallowed traditions of our Ivy brethren has come to an end. Yale coordinators have cancelled future Safety Dances after paramedics transported 8 students to hospitals in the aftermath of the annual event. (Yale Daily News) New traditions are only beginning at Cornell, though, as a pornographic video shot in its engineering library recently […]

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‘Tis the Season

And so it begins. With the final weeks of class upon us, we’re less than a month away from the time of great mayhem and malnourishment that is finals at Columbia (also the most festive and happy time of the year for the world beyond the bubble). Thus, we present our first sightings of the […]

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