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Students for Justice in Palestine Should Probably Just Change Their Name Now

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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Overseen: Sarah Jessica Parker

According to several tipsters, Sarah Jessica Parker was seen outside Milbank this morning among a flock of parents and toddlers. This isn’t the first time she’s been spotted strolling about campus with her little ones. Rumor has it that her children are enrolled in Barnard Toddler Center. Photo via wikimedia.

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Low Plaza Temporarily Home To The Israeli Apartheid Wall

Little darling, the snow is melting, lalala, dododo. February is over, the sun is shining, and it’s March 1: Day 1 of Israeli Apartheid Week 2010! Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine have constructed an Israeli Apartheid Wall on Low Plaza. SJP members are assembled around the wall handing out literature and answering questions. The […]

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