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Flu season is upon us. Don’t let the sickness get ahold of you – get a free flu shot at one of the “flu fairs” or at Medical Services in John Jay Hall. Did we mention it’s FREE? All you need is your Columbia ID. Trust Momma Bwog on this, flu shots are your best […]

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Stop by Columbia’s Greenmarket on your way to class for tasty fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, and everything else delicious. The Greenmarket is every Thursday and Sunday—enjoy! A brief spate of warm weather will bring in the last of the summer produce, and ripens the produce of fall. Come by the info table to see […]

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Here is information from Columbia Health that will help you help us: Columbia Health will provide free flu shots Tuesday, January 29, 2013, at Lerner Hall, Broadway Room, from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (University ID Card required) Alternatively, you may schedule an appointment at Medical Services in John Jay Hall by calling (212) 854-2284. […]

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