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ABACUS at Postcrypt

Last night, in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel, Postcrypt Art Gallery held an exhibition simply titled ABACUS. It was curated by Ema O’Connor, CC ’14, and featured artists Kaela Chambers and Leah Wolff examining how scientific knowledge and imagination develop through life. Avid Art Historian Conor Skelding walked downstairs. Gallery goers came and went, and the population […]

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Chillin’ with Chili

The fabulous Live at Lerner series continues this afternoon at 12 in the Piano Lounge. This week showcases the musical stylings of The Loom, who say of their sound, “we’re a rock band but it’s kind of folky,” and their latest album, “it is a simple search for joy.”  The band was deemed “The Next Big […]

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Bwoglines: Infrastructure Edition

First Google wanted you to ride a futuristic monorail; now they want your car to drive itself. (BBC) Amtrak has been sending stones hurtling down from the Hell Gate Bridge and onto the road below. (Gawker) A Columbia research team found that America has its health care system to blame for low life expectancy relative […]

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