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Crazy news, good peoples: Claude M. Steele—University Provost and person whose name you’ve seen on emails so often you feel like you know him—has resigned. Stanford, former home to Steele for nearly two decades, offered him the position of Dean of the School of Education. Steele had only just arrived at Columbia from Stanford in 2009. […]

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Free Guacamole!

Columbia West Coast Connection will host a study break today at 3pm in the Lerner Piano Lounge. And because guac is so hella West Coast style, they’ll be serving a lot of it, for free!  The event is actually to celebrate “Seis de Mayo,” which is pretty much Cinco de Mayo for lazy people. There […]

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The past week was also NYU’s spring break, and our downtown diarist found himself on a cross-country sojourn to the City of Angels. He has since returned eastward with harrowing and enlightening tales of Southern California. Probably we should all move to California. Not for the sun or a chance in Hollywood—if we wanted clear […]

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