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Bwog has never been a great public speaker, but you might be! You’ll never know until you try, and in a new bit of progressive idealism, TEDxColumbiaCollege invites you to do just that. TEDxCC is recruiting students from all levels and schools of Columbia University to speak at their event this coming October, themed “Beyond […]

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Stepping Down: Cathie Black, to be replaced as New York City Schools Chancellor by Dennis Walcott. (NYT) Getting Down: The New Yorkers attending a crazy concert on the Intrepid late this summer. Of course, Columbians have been there, done that. (Gothamist) Shot Down: The rationale for using “No day shall erase you from the memory of […]

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