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A Bittersweet Farewell For ESC

This week’s ESC meeting featured some always appreciated Thai food as well as some inspirational parting words from President Sidd Bhatt. While we can’t promise you any of the delicious food, we can promise you a comprehensive report from our very own Aparajita Maitra. Last night’s ESC meeting was bittersweet: the seniors are leaving forever […]

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SEAS ’14 Declaration Begins Tomorrow

Hark, third semester SEASlings, start pondering your major, because declaration starts tomorrow. Becoming a real college student is only a few clicks away! Remember, switching is possible, so don’t feel too pigeonholed. There’s always that mythic liberal arts education to fall back on.

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Food Related Follow-Up

Apparently, Columbia thinks that we’re getting a little fat. The ice cream case in Uris Deli, stocked full of neatly-stacked, attractive-looking Häagen-Dazs, Nestle Crunch and various other tempting frozen novelties that are begging to be eaten, is locked. Because we didn’t really need it anyway. In other food news, Bwog overheard someone in the burger […]

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