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Barnard and Columbia students will soon be able to schedule appointments at Columbia vaccination sites, given eligibility requirements, according to emails sent out to students this morning.  

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In an email to students this evening, Columbia revealed that it will vaccinate all in-person staff due to expanded New York State rules regarding eligibility.

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FroSci got you down? Bwog does science, too! It’s time for another BunsenBwog, where you can read up on science-related news. Bwogger Joanna Zhang composed this week’s edition, and it’s full of interesting factoids. Don’t worry, there’s no midterm. Remember back when you were still a little kid, frolicking around the big bad world without […]

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