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Of Hamantaschen and Controversy

Bnai Haman is going to have the most quasi-topical Purim ever. But first, some background: Bnai Haman is an activist group formed as a response to Bollinger, Bulliet, and Coatworth’s invitation of Iranian President Ahmadinejad to speak at Columbia—an invitation which in their opinion never should have been extended. Purim is the Jewish holiday celebrating […]

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QuickSpec: Home for Purim Edition

City Council: Freshmen belong at Columbia Cottage, not 1020. Separate, but equal? OFFCAMPUSFLEX OFFCAMPUSFLEX OFFCAMPUSFLEX! Because you can’t dress in drag for Yom Kippur…  

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Cool Shit to Do on Purim

Purim was the winning word for the 1983 National Scripps Spelling Bee.  It’s also a perfectly good excuse to get dressed up and drunk this weekend. 1) Midnight Masquerade: Megilahs of the Rich & Famous The Chabad of Columbia is organizing a massive party on the East side and you don’t need to be Jewish […]

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