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A rumination on the nature of Williamsburg. Because that’s a new and innovative source of news (NYT). And they just keep doing it: the New York Times has found the saddest place in Manhattan! Using Twitter! You groundbreakers, you (NYT). An old white male professor is a sexist old white male professor. Shocker (The Atlantic). And […]

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Earlier this morning, our august print newspaper, the Columbia Daily Spectator, announced that they have put a limited number of their archives online. Until today, Spec’s archives have been read by a very small number of people—smaller, even, than the number of people who read contemporary editions. Why? Spec’s archives have only been available in […]

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In attendance at the CUCR Town Hall, where all the juicy details surrounding the biggest second–biggest outrage to hit  Columbia in a fortnight are being dished out right now—are four participants, including two press people. The free Pepsi and Lays won’t consume themselves, Columbia! UPDATE from our reporter at the scene, 8:37 pm: “A couple (tipsy?) Dems showed up. Barnard-Obama […]

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