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Quiz: Columbia Athletics

Think you know everything about Columbia Athletics? Put your knowledge to the test with this *niche* quiz.

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Remember how Deantini always gives that speech about Columbia’s official color, Pantone 292, and what it means to the Columbia community? That might be built on lies. Columbia University’s official style guide when it comes to logos, blue290, says that our school’s color is… well, Pantone 290. But take a look at that color on […]

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Welcome to your first full day of NSOP! While the heavy-lifting (literally) of moving in is over for many of you, the more local students still have to haul shit into their rooms. Either way, there is more awkward social interaction to come! (The socializing is worth it if it gives you access to free […]

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