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Good news: EcoReps are once again giving away free hot chocolate and cookies if you sign up for their new energy challenge. Lerner ramps. Bad news: There are only 2-3 farmers market stands on 115th today, as the snow and slush seem to have chased away most of them away.

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Columbia: In yesterday’s epic battle, the Giant Snowball proved to be a worthy opponent to Columbia Facilities’ snow plough. The War on Snowfun rages on. Iran: Imprisoned Iranian scholar Kian Tajbakhsh, who earned his Ph.D. from Columbia and was supposed to teach here this year, has had his sentence reduced to five years. (Spec) The Senate: […]

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