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If you’re finally at home (or stuck on campus) and the Cowboys vs. Redskins game hasn’t exactly done much to provoke the Thanksgiving spirit, it’s good to know that there’s still something to be thankful for… Thanksgiving feasts!  Let the tryptophan commence!  

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It’s kind of hard to be thankful for Columbia at the end of November. Finals and papers loom, everyone suddenly remembers what school is like when it’s cold, and you’re just waiting for that “oh shiiiiit” moment the Monday you get back from break. We’re happy to be away this weekend, too, but we figured […]

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