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In-person suite selection begins tomorrow at 9:30 am in the John Jay Lounge (see you there!).  Alexandra Svokos, 30/1550, tried to get annoyed at David Najem and Henning Sauerbier, 30/53, who will be picking first, but these CU soccer players were too earnest and nervous to be mad at for long. Bwog: Do you have a plan? […]

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History is Among Us

Unearthed from under centuries of dirt and cigarette butts, this Mini Stonehenge has been found in our very own Riverside Park. Archaeologists say it is an ancient mystic healing place erected by Columbia students to mend wounds (read: paper cuts) received in the great 1754 Battle of the Butler. Administration is now considering developing it […]

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Columbia will renovate the former St. Hilda’s House convent for undergrad housing, Spec reports.  The convent’s three white brownstones at 113th between Broadway and Riverside won’t be available until Fall 2013, so only underclassmen will get to make Hamlet references. Administrators eagerly anticipate the new digs. “I think it’s going to be prime space,” Dean […]

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