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Change of Plans

Turath, the Columbia Arab Students Organization, may have spoken too soon. On Thursday, members announced a “Columbia Stands with Egypt” protest against the injustice of the Mubarak regime. But after Mubark’s departure on Friday, what was once a protest is now a party. Head down to Low Plaza at 2 p.m for snacks, sharbat, music, and […]

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“I’m calling the shots today, get up out of bed, into school!” – Magic Johnson (NYT) “The present moment has nothing to do with me personally, with Hosni Mubarak, but with a situation of Egypt in its present and the future of its sons.” – Hosni Mubarak, who has just stepped down as president. (Al […]

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