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Women (Not Allowed) In STEM: CCE Engineering Career Fair

We love to hate on career fairs but have to admit they’re pretty useful for finding that summer internship you thought was hopeless, or at least snagging a free water bottle (or five). Deputy Editor Mia Lindheimer noticed something a little fishy about CCE’s Engineering Career Fair, and she’s here to call them out.  If you’re in […]

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Last Call for Battle 4 Bacchanal Submissions

Kanye West, Ghostface Killah, Of Montreal, Outkast, [Your Name Here]! Don’t miss your chance to fulfill your fantasies by opening for Bacchanal’s headliner. Today is the last day for Columbia musicians to enter the CU Records Battle 4 Bacchanal. Selected bands will compete on April 15th, and the winner of the competition will open for Bacchanal’s main […]

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Bwoglines: Opportunities

Buy the Miracle on the Hudson, sort of. (City Room) Bye, Conan! (Daily Intel) Rejoice: the Z train will be spared by the M.T.A. (NY Times) 4.8 million people watched the Jersey Shore finale. O hai, season 2! (The Vulture)

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