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Nab a midday pick-me-up of vitamin C and icing— The Columbia University Photography Society is giving out free cupcakes and clementines now until 3 pm on the Lerner Ramps to promote their new exhibition, titled “12+12.” In an email, they describe the new project: Please join us Thursday, December 8th between 12 and 3pm on the Lerner […]

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The triumphant shouts of eager RA’s echoed around the quad. The sun shined blissfully and the skies were clear. Today was move-in day made in heaven. Irene left hundreds of cancelled flights, blocked roads, and disrupted trips in her wake, so only some freshpeople made it to move-in. The NSOP committee expects the stragglers arrive […]

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Pitchfork—the website whose album reviews have a Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease score on par with your student loan agreement—stopped by for WBAR-B-Q last Friday. They posted some snazzy pictures here and here. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to like these pictures before they were cool. 19 people already like the album on facebook.

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