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Columbia. Take a break from your elaborate and increasingly obscure procrastination techniques very disciplined studying, and let a weight lift from your shoulders. Consider for a moment the pass/fail option. Either: take some insurance. Your final need not define your semester; a C+ and a B can stand equal in the eyes of parents and prospective […]

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The End of Days

The four horses of the SSOL apocalypse are on their way! Hurry up and register for that class that you thought you didn’t want to take but turned out to be full of unknown knowledge (or just full of easy homework assignments), as it’s the last day to add courses. Also, if you just don’t get MusicHum, drop […]

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Good-for-nothin’ vermin! Gatherin’ round the campfire with Uncle PresBo New pass/fail policy finally wrangled Administration: the snake in yer boot The Superbowl: bigger tradition than last year’s hoedown  

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Columbia goes chartreuse Morningside Heights not a euphemism for this corner of Harlem (And a hearty welcome to SoHa) Staff can’t wait for special pass/fail option until next semester, citing “no incentive to work” Bill O’Reilly knows a lot of shit, has own highly-rated television show And the quote of the day: “In a way, […]

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Admissions Office Receives More Applications, Prepares to Crush More Dreams than Ever Before That Pass/Fail Thing Actually Happens; Newly Cold Weather “Just a Coincidence” New West End Owners Plan to Write Book About Establishment’s History, Drunk, on a Single, Continuous Roll of Industrial Paper Towels It’s a Boy!

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