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Poli Sci professor Dorian Warran discusses Wal-mart’s potential gender-bias class action suit. (Bloomberg) Samantha Power, one of Obama’s people on the NSC, spoke at Columbia yesterday about Libya. (NYT) Physicist Janna Levin of Barnard explains that space has sound, not just light, and that we can hear it when important celestial events happen. We love […]

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This morning, the Supreme Court denied a writ of certiorari to Tuck-It-Away and the Singhs, the last parties opposing the Manhattanville expansion scheme, meaning that they will not be considering the case (official court order list from 12/13 here). This formally ends any possible legal opposition to New York State’s use of eminent domain, and […]

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