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If the fliers, op-ed pieces, and general media frothing about ROTC on campus haven’t swayed your opinion in time for the CCSC-produced survey next Monday, on Wednesday night a moderated panel pitted pro against con ROTC factions in Sulzberger Parlor. (Not the same event in the flier pictured at right, but we couldn’t get a […]

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New York Democrats try to sort out the spoils of their victory. Barnard Profs rejoice with some love from a new research fund. NROTC discussion to reach critical mass with one discussion, not two. Do you have the Golden Touch? Welcome to the new swipe society.

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