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Archeologists have recently uncovered major literary artifacts from the marshes of Europe. Dating from around 1020 C.E., the pieces were immediately hailed as the best-preserved written work and the best-written work of the medieval period.

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So you’re definitely getting Baked by Melissa, going to the Tank Top party (once the “Pot Party”), or getting seeds from the John Jay Lounge. It’s cute how CU students come together on 4/20 to produce the most insinuation-laden event names. That said, you can’t really compete with your professor’s itinerary on 4/20—they’re in academia! We […]

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Low Steps were once the site of good-hearted fun, of honest Columbia students forthright with their opinions of this venerated Ivy League institution. Some still might make insensitive comments about Barnard students, but at least these guys weren’t running on empty. You might be inspired to spend this April 20th like these 1980 role models, yet […]

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The first miracle of the Christmas season is upon us: Columbia Admirers is back. Just in time for the busiest, most stressful month of the semester, aka the perfect time to write some sexually-frustrated anonymous expressions of admiration. About an hour ago, with no warning, Columbia Admirers made this post: Hey Columbia! We are back! […]

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