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If you’ve written or researched something you’re proud of, chances are Columbia has a venue to publish it. Just take a look at this range of undergraduate journals and magazines! Go ahead and submit essays to your heart’s content.

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Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the wisest one of them all? It’s clearly not that kid who always comes ten minutes late to your Spanish class or your hallmate that accidentally dropped a toothbrush in the toilet. But, it might be one of your supercalifragilisticexpialidocious senior friends graduating this semester! So, give them a […]

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PSA: Lena Dunham is judging Quarto’s nonfiction writing contest this semester. We repeat, Lena Dunham. Regardless of your taste/distaste for her, she’s at the very least “a voice of a generation” (yes we quoted that line. Of course we quoted that line), and we know there was at least one week in 2012 when Girls […]

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