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A former Full-time tropics dweller, junior staff writer Timmy Wu has only two sweaters: one of Harvard, another, Yale. He elaborates on the microaggression he started to experience since the beginning of sweater weather. There is one thing that Sappho’s poetry and Columbia school spirit have in common: they both are either broken or lost. As […]

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Last week, we were contacted by a Princeton 2012 alum about Hillflint, a “collegiate sweater line” he started for the Ivy League. We checked out the website, made jokes about the pictures of what’s supposed to be the Ivy experience, scoffed at the pretentiousness in the assumption that people will know your school based solely […]

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A Michigan man has won the jackpot. Twice. No comment. (Huffington Post) America had created an ethanol policy in an attempt to slow global warming and make the United States “cleaner, stronger, and more secure.” It has done the opposite. (Associated Press) People with degrees in useful majors have been useful once again. This time, […]

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