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If you don’t declare a major in or switch your major to Psychology after reading this, you should probably just drop out. 

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Given the world’s going to end today (isn’t that what the Abacchalypse is supposed to herald?), we thought you’d might like to have a beer (or six) before you go. But in case picking from Morningside Heights’ myriad beer selection gives you a lil’ anxiety, allow us to present your best purchase options at our […]

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The Day of Judgment has come. Weep ye College undergrads for major declaration. For those deciding now how to spend a good chunk of their remaining years at Columbia, or for those reminiscing on that major they declared long ago and now regret (or have not really even nearly kind of sort of completed and […]

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