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We’re back with our weekly ESC coverage! WikiCU is making a comeback, and despite what VP Communications Julia Joern said in meeting, we would like to state that it wasn’t Bwog’s fault that it’s been inactive–we just no longer had access to it due to a former tech guy not passing along the admin login. […]

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Martin Shkreli, known as the pharma-bro CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals who raised the price of HIV/AIDS drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750, joined the columbia buy sell memes Facebook group late last night. Since joining, he has made bad jokes about Barnard students, Skyped a group of students huddled around a laptop in ButCaf, alleged […]

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>Florida doesn't count cases Moron alert. Florida counts cases, you can use Google to find the current numbers. Second, the Superbowl (read more)
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Who says there wasn’t a spike? Florida doesn’t count cases. Also it was in a stadium of 80k so (read more)
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