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We’re continuing with our coverage of Barnard housing with Hewitt (the dorm, not the dining hall), a so-called “very solid choice.” But are your numbers high enough? Check out our comprehensive review, along with the rest of our Barnard and Columbia coverage to really get ready for the blood-frenzy that is room selection.  Location: Barnard Quad […]

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From a week of incessant testing (“midterms”), indecisive weather, and widespread incredulity over the first Columbia football victory in three years (!!!), emerge love, sex, disappointment, and Butler (always in the backdrop)—just don’t go as far as the dead bird we found, gone too soon from the NYC skyline. Congrats to all first-years for surviving their […]

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Salad Days puts us in a salad haze. But even better than Mac Demarco (yes, even better than him) is the fact that today, from 11:30 AM to 3 PM, you can get a free salad! Sweetgreen, a hipster healthy eatery with build-your-own salads, has opened up a new location at 2937 Broadway, just a […]

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We know you’ve been jonesing for a small plate from Dig Inn all summer (chicken as the protein, duh.) However, you won’t have to rely on just Dig Inn for healthy eating options in Morningside anymore. The former location of Uni Café (RIP) on 114th and Broadway is finally being filled by sweetgreen! Most people […]

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