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PSA: Tomorrow Is The Last Day To Add/Change Classes To Receive Advisor Approval

If you have spent the last two weeks shopping classes, today is the day to settle, and choose your official spring 2015 course load. Tomorrow, January 30th, is the last day to receive advisor approval on your program, for both Columbia and Barnard students. So, weigh the pros and cons of all your classes, and decide […]

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Bwoglines: Politics and Protests Edition

President Obama will deliver his penultimate State of the Union address tonight at 9 pm, and we’ll be listening closely to hear if his agenda includes anything on campus sexual assault, a hot-button issue this past year especially. Also listening closely will be Emma Sulkowicz, the invited guest of New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. (Jezebel) A […]

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Registration Station

Surprise! Thanksgiving break is now a week away and before we know it we’ll be deep in mass essay writing and studying for daunting finals. The natural thing to stress about before the dark times ahead is deciding what happens after you (hopefully) pass your finals. That’s right — registration is upon us. Seniors, in honor of […]

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