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Zeta Beta Tau has lost its brownstone over what we hear was a party violation. ZBT, the baseball fraternity, was on thin ice after last semester’s still unspecified hazing incident, and would have lost its charter then had KevSho not intervened and reversed the Greek Judicial Board’s recommendation, so long as they adhered to a zero-strike […]

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Above-standard and highly sanitary detective Jed Bush explores the controversies surrounding expansion at Monday’s CPC forum. Last night, the Coalition to Protect Community (CPC) organized a panel discussion on SCUD— efforts to Stop Columbia University Displacement—in a small lecture hall in the Mathematics Building. Though students did not come out in droves (the crowd numbered […]

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Posted in Schapiro lounges Friday night (conveniently after most people had already left for break): Despite Columbia’s sterling record in respecting privacy, what happens if you’ve left out anything incriminating goes unspecified.

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