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On Friday, bestselling author and Hahvahd professor Daniel Ziblatt came to Columbia to discuss his recent book How Democracies Die. Co-authored with Steven Levitsky, it asks whether American democracy is in danger (yes) and what we can do to save it. The New York Times calls it “an essential guide to what can happen in […]

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Insulting our athletic program: something we’ve never seen before, Harvard! Spectrum rebuts. (The Crimson, Spectrum) Someone is dealing with their finals stress in a more entertaining way, by apparently stealing all the metal objects in the city. (NY Mag) If you need an even better way to deal this week, Columbia professor Dr. Hilda Hutcherson […]

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