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Columbia’s Maison Francaise is continuing its film series with The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. Editor’s note: mentions of death, violence.

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Increasing shifts towards security among politicians and voters alike in the US in today’s Bwoglines.

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Women in STEM? More like women in space! Editor’s Warning: mentions of gun violence and assault.

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Sheherazad Jaafari: “SIPA is a past chapter in my life.” (Communiqué) CC ’15 student turned dropout: “Columbia is a business enterprise, not a community.” (Spectator) Photographer of the picture before the fatal subway collision: “Every time I close my eyes, I see the image of death.” (New York Mag) Son of Besse Cooper, world’s former […]

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Large Hadron Collider turned on, and actually working. (BBC) Barnard faculty reduce course load. (Spec) Nearly half of all the security cameras installed in the subway don’t work. (NYT) Performance artist at MoMA is challenged to become part of another’s conceptual piece. (Gothamist)

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