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If you tried to grab a lunch on campus earlier, you might have noticed that John Jay and Ferris closed at 2 pm today. Why, you may ask? They were preparing for Surf and Turf, one of the few Columbia traditions basically everyone knows by name. Now relocated to Lerner Auditorium, you can head over […]

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Did you hear that? There’s a whispering in the air. Is it an activist’s megaphone, the voice rebounding through Low Rotunda? No, that’s not it. Is it the distant chanting of hundreds of Bernie-bros on 109th, walking lockstep in matching Bernie 2016 shirts like Marinetti-esque robots? No, that can’t be it. Is it the Zionism conspiracist […]

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With Halloween around the corner, we were expecting some spooky tips—we were not, however, expecting horror (because that’s what it is) closer to home. In the picture to the right, you see tentacles (of the sea, distant, alien, weird) found during dinner at John Jay on a day that seafood was not served.  What is this, […]

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That magical day is upon us—yes, that one day when you actually want to eat at a dining hall. The annual Surf & Turf dinner will take place tonight at both Ferris and John Jay, with doors opening to the voracious crowds of Columbians at 5 pm. The decadent menu will feature plump and juicy lobster tails, succulent […]

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