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Snowball Fight Warps Into War On Fun

Late last night we got a tip about an attack from the War on Fun (it’s back) that occurred at Saturday night’s Snowball Fight. We present the story to you in full: Okay so in the middle of the snowball fight last [Saturday] night, a few dedicated souls opted to forgo the catharsis of violently […]

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Loses Charter

The Lion just posted that Columbia’s colony of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s charter has been revoked, allegedly over a hazing incident. Sigma Alpha Epsilon has only been on campus since May 2012. Katherine Cutler responded to our inquiry with the following statement: Last spring, Student Affairs conducted a thorough review of the organization and it was […]

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PSA: Freshmen Party, Loudly

As midterms doth approach, freshmen are hitting their stride on how-to-party and RAs are getting crankier.  One first-year floor RA emailed his floor, reminding everyone to shut up and get off his damn lawn buckle down on work for the betterment of the community.  The RA starts kindly: Just a reminder: Marijuana and drug paraphernalia […]

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