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Want some actual discussion with your free food this time around? Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Students for Human Rights will host a discussion entitled “Traumatized: The War on Drugs, Child Abuse, and the Teen Treatment Industry” in the Lerner Party Space on Tuesday, January 31st at 7:30 pm (note: the free food happens at […]

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Free food tonight at 7. We’d add more, but the poster gets the message across just fine.   

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As academics and poseurs alike raise their lighters in revolt against the impending smoking ban, Students for Sensible Drug Policy have drafted an open letter to the Tobacco Workgroup protesting its methodology. The ban proposed by Michael McNeil and the Workgroup would outlaw smoking within Columbia’s property, even extending its reach to the surrounding sidewalks. […]

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