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Jesus week starts today, kicking off five days of praise and prostration. This afternoon, Low Steps played host to easels on which passersby could at once declare and apologize for their direst sins. What do Columbia students feel sorry for? “for thinking I’m better than non-Ivy students” “for coveting my friends’ money and looks” “God […]

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Intrepid Bwog correspondents Juli Weiner and Emily Cheesman have come to the end of their three day foray into Tasti purgatory! Here is their final report. Words lose their meaning in the face of the totally unique combination of hunger and irritability brought on by three days of Tasti D (how very hateful that slang […]

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