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Heard enough of the word “transparency” yet? We don’t think so! Many Columbians (apparently) have long been calling for more transparency in the grading system. CULPA’s vague and biased info on grading policies is just not enough. Although A-range percentages for classes are available to employers through Columbia transcripts, information isn’t available to students prior to […]

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Tomorrow at 8 pm WKCR Offbeat is holding a pretty exciting concert at Shea Stadium (no, not that one) in Brooklyn.  Beat bopper Alexandra Svokos sat down with Concert Coordinator Thuto Somo to learn more. Bwog: What was the the Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito show on WKCR in the 1990s like?  Has KCR had other concerts like […]

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Tonight, Tyler Benedict, CC ’13, and Poet Laureate of the Columbia University Marching Band, will compete in the Jeopardy! College Championship. Slightly less obscene than Celebrity Jeopardy!, the College Championship brings together 15 college students to answer trivia and make cheesy promo videos for the chance to win $10,000. The show will air at 7:00 […]

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A student newspaper gives “a solid fuck-you” to the administration at La Salle, after another dubiously motivated erotic experience in the classroom: “‘[One stripper] was just kind of laying on top of [the professor],’ a witness explained.”  (NY Mag, ABC Local) Students at University of Wisconsin are planning a march to stop bullying in schools […]

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Remember campus character Phillip Dupree, snowball-fight purveyor extraordinaire? He’s back in action, but this time he’s throwing shots at something much more deserving than a freshperson. Dupree and fellow Columbians Megan Armstrong and Lucy Herz have started a project to combat what he calls “the world’s 27 million dirtiest secrets”—slavery in the modern world. Their I Am […]

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Meet Daryl Seitchik, BC ’12, who’s currently studying contemporary art in France. She’s super talented and fabulous, and it’s easy to cyber-stalk her work since she keeps a cartoon blog. But even the talented and fabulous are not without problems—that really annoying Skype pixelation problem to be specific. Without further ado, we present to you Thursday […]

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Two-Minute Hoot

Hoot Magazine, Columbia’s newest—and only?—fashion publication, has readied their premiere issue for publication: it’s online now, and will hit newstands in full glossy glory shortly. As with other campus publications, we’re here to reduce it to a few sentences. This is Two-Minute Hoot. A look at unorthodox Orthodox fashion. A glance at stylish English professor Sarah […]

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