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Columbia already has too many damn acronyms, nicknames, and portmanteaus, but people just love coming up with more. This time, we’ve compiled a little list of classes out there that have been commonly referred to not by their actual course names, but by some other metonym. We like these, and it would do humanity a […]

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Professor Hamid Dabashi is hosting a review session about Hegel for CC sophomores and anyone else interested in chatting with CC sophomores about Hegel today, from 2-3:30, in Hamilton (room unannounced, look for signs in the lobby). The Facebook event’s wall doth runneth over with other semi-rhyming philosopher/food combinations. Bwog likes “Machiavelli and vermicelli”; “Oreos […]

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