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The Dog Days

The summer is sliding by. Morton Williams is boycotting Turkish products. (Gothamist) This guy turned his GS admissions essay into a Kindle book, so we bought it. Highlight: “I have never smoked a cigarette, drank beer, or used any illegal drugs.” (Amazon) All old campus buildings still have asbestos, and are continuing treatments begun this spring. […]

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The first Ivy League fees for next year have been set: Princeton has ra ised total fees to $43,980 while keeping tuition at $33,000. Interesting tidbit: currently, Columbia is the most expensive Ivy ($45,444, as your parents likely know), followed by Penn and Harvard. Columbia will announce next year’s tuition in June, last of all the […]

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Pretty easy to fake the card. One could download a template from the internet and print on card stock. Use (read more)
Columbia Shares Update On Student Vaccine Requirement And Summer 2021 COVID-19 Protocols
June 11, 2021
Columbia already has the cash cow School of General Studies and School of Professional Studies that have expanded astronomically unchecked (read more)
Columbia University Considers Expanding Undergraduate Enrollment With No Student And Minimal Faculty Input
June 11, 2021
That’s a good start. Now do twenty more (like Stanford and MIT). (read more)
Columbia University Considers Expanding Undergraduate Enrollment With No Student And Minimal Faculty Input
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