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Two weeks ago, SJP—that is, Sarah Jessica Parker, not the student group—was purportedly prowling the Barnard grounds. Rumors circulated that she had enrolled her small child in Barnard’s daycare program. Thanks to paparazza-in-training Danielle Arje, we can confirm this to be true. And now we’ll leave her alone! And hope for a third celeb derriere sighting.

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In honor of the newly appointed Du Family Professor of Chinese Culture, Wei Shang, a reception and faculty panel discussion was held Monday night in the lovely Casa Italiana. Global canapés expert Olivia Mann stopped by for the shrimp and cultural discourse. The night kicked off with Professor Shang asking several faculty members to present […]

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Update, 12:12pm: Multiple tipsters have spotted filming on 116th as well. New TV show Modern Love is filming a pilot on 113th St. this morning. Last night, all the cars remaining on the street were being ticketed, and most likely towed. The show seems to be something like Sex and the City meets the New […]

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