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According to a recent email blast, it was announced that Columbia won’t hire anybody to be new Dean of Undergraduate Student Affairs for Columbia College and SEAS. Instead, Deans Valentini and Boyce opted to restructure the department to provide “the best experience” for undergraduates. After the changes, Community Development and its associated offices will become […]

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Columbia cannot get enough of presidential candidates. The Spec is reporting that former candidate and New York Senator Hillary Clinton will be holding a press conference on pay equity at Barnard this Monday. The conference itself will be held at 2 p.m. in the Sulzberger Parlor, with a live feed for students in the James […]

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Protesters protest

If you noticed a hubbub in front of Lerner at 11:00 AM this morning, it wasn’t another protest–just the aftershocks. The People on the Stage netted what appeared to be most of the local media outlets–plus bystanders–in a press conference to get out their message about what happened on October 4th.  Bwog couldn’t help but […]

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