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While most politically aware members of the Columbia community watched and/or drank to the Presidential Debate last night, ESC took time away from the hustle and bustle of watching [insert your preferred candidate here] succeed and [insert your undesirable candidate here] fail to discuss a variety of topics. Although a number of members seemed to persistently glance […]

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Today, President Bollinger sent out an email blast with an update on what the university is doing to prevent sexual assault. Updated below. The statement comes as Columbia’s sexual assault policies have become a hot discussion topic. Recent events like the filing of Title IX complaints, a letter written by faculty in support of the complaints, […]

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