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Yesterday, Yale voted to restore ROTC, just days after Stanford voted to do the same. (YDN, Stanford Daily) Famous playwright Tony Kushner, CC ’78, was slated to receive an honorary degree from CUNY, until one trustee objected and CUNY scrubbed his nomination. A lot of people cried foul, so now it looks like he’ll get […]

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On Low Plaza! Observers estimate 150 or so showed up for the midnight start, increasing to three or four hundred as the hour went on. And a panorama from our webmaster/photography specialist, Hans Hyttinen (click on it for a larger picture): Videos by John Kenney and Ron Gejman

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Bwogger-about-town James Downie finally thawed his hands enough to type a report from 125th and Broadway. “Two options: Cuban sandwich or chicken with rice and beans.” More than 70 Columbia students made that critical lunchtime choice earlier today, as they joined the Student Committee on Gentrification and Expansion and Black Heritage Month at Floridita to […]

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Members of the cast of KCST’s Richard III are currently stage-duking-it-out (with spears!) in front of Low Library in promotion of this weekend’s show (see event listings). Tourists and prospective parents look confused as they reconsider sending their children to an institution that encourages such public displays of violence. Viggo Mortensen looks gratified as he […]

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Raging Hoplites

The 83 member Facebook group Who Wants To Re-enact a Hoplite Battle On the South Lawn? finally got around to re-enacting their hoplite battle.. though with a few less than 83 people and not on South Lawn. More pictures after the jump.

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Battle, Set, Match

These kids are getting ready for an event that will take place at noon tomorrow on one of the South Fields. Facebookers, you know what we’re talking about– fill in the rest.

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