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Columbia Health Senior Vice President Melanie Bernitz summarized recent additions to Columbia’s raft of pandemic policies, including the continuation of the indoor mask mandate, in a single email to the student body.   

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Ah, love—how it comes and goes with the wind. We have a few tips to help you avoid the more tense moments in your lives. Find out where they live on the directory and don’t go to those dorms. Figure out their dining hall pattern (a trial and error process, admittedly), and avoid Ferris when you […]

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What do ping pong balls, alcoholic beverages, and condoms have in common?  I’m sure a first year Carmanite can tell you—and now Duane Reade is using strategic (read: subliminal) marketing to save everyone a bit of time. [West Side Rag] Apologies to all lovers of anarchy, protests on Wall Street, and V for Vendetta; according to a law from 1845, […]

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Please wear your masks people at all times. (read more)
Dorm Restrictions To Begin Tonight Due To Increasing COVID-19 Positivity
September 17, 2021
Check the "Remember me for 12hrs" box to avoid having Duo pop up a bunch of times per day. (read more)
Duo Security Does Not Care About You
September 17, 2021
With the new Columbia Business School buildings opening January 1st, the CC council should find out what the plans are (read more)
CCSC Talks Restructuring And Reviewing
September 17, 2021

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