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Columbia’s annual activity fair, where clubs set up tables and you inevitably end up signing up for a million clubs you won’t go to, will be held today on Low Steps from noon to 4pm. That means if you missed out on the smaller activities fair in Lerner last week, you can still join all 2,538 […]

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CU Lion Pride, a student group that focuses on “strengthen[ing] the support of LGBTQ athletes at Columbia University” recently collaborated with SAUF, The Columbia Society for the Advancement of Underrepresented Filmmakers to produce You Can Play Columbia University. The You Can Play project creates videos to promote and guarantee that every athlete is given equal opportunities to […]

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