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Columbia Health emailed tonight that a limited number of students will be offered the COVID-19 vaccine in the first quarter of 2021.

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An anonymous Senior Staffer may or may not have accidentally ended up at the Big Gay Ice Cream Store on Bacchanal last year, having missed the opportunity to purchase a ticket, and having gotten a little too lit at pregame parties. She doesn’t regret it, but she’s here to describe the Bacchanal process through the […]

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The Times takes a look at the reaction to bin Laden’s death on college campuses across the country, inquiring into “Millennial” generation identities along the way. Jon Lee Anderson compares bin Laden’s secretive killing and burial to those of another charismatic enemy of the state, Che Guevara. (New Yorker) Finals are making you miserable and […]

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Power strugglin’: student edition Power strugglin’: faculty edition Not news, not important: a nifty news feature Do this and Bwog goes extinct Pro-choicer goes to pro-life event, gags Spec goes liveblogging, forgets that it’s in print “We’re all champions.” But the women a little more so.

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