Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda can’t actually fight people while responsibly socially distancing, so this will have to do.
Being on campus and shopping for groceries are kinda weird experiences right now… but also somehow not really as weird as you’d expect, given the circumstances. Here is a revised ranking of MoHi grocery
We unwillingly imitated Yale and saved the children of Gulu, dressed as sexually indiscriminate Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. The threat of a vanishing sandwich forced Rack&Soul to move — next door. McCain wore another awful striped tie and Bollinger wore a questionable yellow sweater. Columbia gained its 70-somethingth Nobel Prize, this time in Chemistry; English majors […]
Nonexistent ‘Florida Airport’ Saved From ‘Blowing Up’ Columbia Begins Piling Up Money to Throw at A Problem Fake ID News is Columbia News Spec interviews “one of the most respected and innovative artists in hip-hop history,” makes a pun on his name M. Dianne Murphy — “so far so good?”
Spec really steps it up with a 2:7 words-in-headline to pun ratio Arts and Entertainment responds with an athletic 3:7 words to pun stat Ref rules against an impressive, yet illegal use of yesterday’s 3:7 A&E headline. A solid 2:7 words to pun rebound to win the game!!! GO TEAM SPEC!!! (…and Lions.) It sounds […]
While Columbia didn’t even earn the chance to lose to a group of highly skilled farmers in March Madness, students at John Jay Dining Hall did have exclusive rights to vote in Starch Madness. The terribly corny pun did not contain any corn (nor did that one), as the Final Four on the bracket seen […]
Huzzah! The February issue is online, on this very website, and in fact the link that is linked here is also on the left of your page. Anti-Oppression Training: The Non-Bullshit Kind of Training Sachs Heroic Again Terra Cognita (study abroad): Russia, France, China, Chile, Ancient Greece?, Egypt, Here The Original Title Already Has a […]