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Are you tired of buying sushi from Café East at exorbitant prices? Columbia Japan Society’s Sushi Night is tonight (11/10) in the Broadway Room of Lerner.  There will be two session, one at 7 pm and another at 8 pm. For $7 and optional formal wear, you can learn how to make your own all-you-can-eat sushi. Dress classily, […]

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Update, 3:15 pm: Columbia just beat Marist 10-9. Roar, lion, roar. Your CU Lions have their opening game today against Marist at 12:30 PM!  Make the trek out to Baker Field (map) with free shuttles from 116th and Broadway starting at 11 am.  Once you get there, enjoy free t-shirts for the first 500 students, free beverages in […]

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