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In case you were wondering what building it was that you just walked into, Columbia has thoughtfully provided guidance for the lost: Photos by DCH, GD & AB

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The Strong Beautiful Barnard Woman is questioned and found wanting. Real college life ≠ TV “college life”. Shocker. Filth in the kitchen is bad. Bureaucracy is worse. No, we do not need a travel guide to find our way out of Morningside.

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A special late night note: Housing Services’s Laundry Fire Experts have issued a diagnosis for the “small fire” that smoked out Quad residents (including SEAS prospies) on Friday night. “The fire was caused by an overload of clothing in one of the dryers. Many of the items in the dryer were synthetic, which compounded the […]

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