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Why did Emma Watson leave Brown? Because every time she spoke in class, her classmates yelled “Three points for Gryffindor!” (NYDN) Who’s that new serial killer on Long Island? Profilers say he’s likely white, charming, and “has access to burlap sacks.” But sorry ladies—he’s not single. (NYT, Daily Intel) Which coffee cart on 43rd Street […]

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Yup, It’s A BBQ

The administration has given the OK to a 40s on 40 replacement: as reported last Monday, its replacement will be “The Senior BBQ,” held on April 7th from 12-2. How much this will differ from last year’s incarnation remains to be seen, but no doubt last year’s rural-farm-esque fence will be a key part of […]

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There was once a Columbia event called “40s on 40,” a chance for seniors who were forty days away from graduation to drink large quantities of malt liquor in the Quad (and possibly pour one out for Lil’ Saint). Last year the event became “40 Days Until Graduation,” a student council sanctioned event, complete with […]

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