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A team from Chicago is trying to make your procrastination a tad more intellectual, with a side of creepy. For the low price of $9.99, you can now scroll through hundreds of images of Einstein’s brain from the convenience of your table in Butler. (Business Week) A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked Baja California yesterday. Reports have not confirmed […]

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Sure you can quote every line from Bring It On, but do you really understand cheerleading?  Sixteen of your fellow classmates vigorously train for both competitions and to cheer on Columbia’s other sports teams.  Cheerleading’s Cheerleader Alison Herman whips out her spirit fingers in this edition of Spotlight on Sports. How It Works Unlike other sports, […]

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