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The start of Reading Week means the end of the Spectator. But not the end of the world! With finals looming and storm clouds brewing, what will we talk about to lift our spirits? Duh. Swine flu. In Mexico the spread is slowing, the restaurants are reopening, and everyone’s sneezing into their sleeves. Is the […]

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Columbia (or at least the Butler computer lab staff) has deployed the giant sanitary bottles! “Mexican” flu stands no chance.  – Photo by AMP

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News that swine flu may be “linked” to a TC student has put Columbia’s email systems in overdrive, as administrators have made various “community-wide” announcements about the flu. Executive VP for Student and Administrative Services Jeff Scott announced yesterday to faculty and staff that “Currently, there are no changes to University operations or activities based […]

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The porcine pathogen may have arrived in Morningside: in an email to all Teachers College students, TC President Susan Fuhrman wrote, “late yesterday afternoon we received a response from a TC student to our communitywide email on swine flu. The student was diagnosed this past Sunday with Type A Influenza, which has been linked to […]

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