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Like everyone already noticed, the Columbia University College Republicans have once again brought the 9/11 Never Forget Project to campus. Students gathered last night to place flags in the grass along College Walk. The 2,997 flags commemorate the lives tragically lost twelve years ago. The University also flew the two main flags on campus (the […]

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Today is the eleventh anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania. Similar to last year, we direct your attention to some reflections on 9/11. In 2005, NPR interviewed members of the Barnard Class of 2005, who were freshmen during the attacks. Last year, the Eye spoke to alums […]

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The Container Store is still open; return your stupid storage boxes today! If you’re anything like us, you’re spending hours researching and cross-referencing lists of things to take to school.  Living in the storage closets that are Columbia dorms presents its own special challenges, however, so we’ve compiled a list of the things we Bwog […]

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