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QuickTix exists to help you use your CUID and the TIC to the fullest (and save some money while you’re at it). It runs every other Wednesday. Most popular events at the TIC: Columbia University Players present Chase Scenes: Oct 14th – 15th QUAM presents GenderF*ck: Qrave: Oct 15th Met Opera Satyagraha: Dec 1st Kenneth Cole Engagement […]

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QuickTix arrives every other Wednesday to educate the Bwog faithful of the TIC and the many savings that come with it (and your CUID). Campus events on sale now: Taste of the Philippines: October 6th, 7:30 pm, Lerner Party Space, $5,  Tickets First Friday: October 7th, 11:30 pm, Lerner Party Space, $5, Tickets Marisol: October 27th […]

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Today is an Every Other Wednesday y’all, which means it’s time to see wtf is up over at the TIC. Tickets sold for on-campus events this week: 695 On-campus events on sale now: Ferris Reel Film Society Presents: Iron Man 2 // 9/23 @ 9:00pm // Lerner Hall // 3 bucks //  Tickets Barnard College Department […]

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