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As the Sun slowly but surely peeks its head out from behind the clouds, Columbia is transforming from a desolate wasteland into a pretty nice place to live. Take a break from stressing about how finals are coming up, or finding a job this summer, or that fucking jackhammer that’s right below your window — […]

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Midterms getting you down? Think back — when was the last time you left Butler had a good meal? The last time you saw daylight ate food that wasn’t prepackaged? The last time you heard laughter had a *gasp* vegetable? If you can’t remember the answer to that question, it might be time to go […]

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Tonight in 707 IAB, from 7-9pm is the launch party for the Columbia Political Review and FREE FeelGood sandwiches along with other “nom nom nom goodies” will be the guests of honor. Every FeelGood sandwich that is eaten goes to the good cause of ending world hunger (as well as the good cause of ending […]

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