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Columbia researchers discover a gene associated with schizophrenia (Reuters) More Columbia research indicates that you shouldn’t replace your doctor with a Twitter account. (US News and World Report) Megan McCain, CC ’07, is featured in a blog series called “Better Know Your Right Wingers”. (Campus Progress) Urban Outfitters will open on Broadway at 99th st. […]

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Remember Miss Subway competitions? No, because they were discontinued after 1976 (save a one year revival in 2004). But we should all pretend to be nostalgic for them now that, with the help of a tipster, we have found a former Columbia student winner! After extensive research (read: some Googling), we know nothing about the […]

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