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With three(ish) weeks to go before Halloween, Morningside is getting a little spooktacular. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve compiled some pretty mediocre pictures of our favorite decorations around Columbia. Just look at how spooky Book Culture’s pumpkins are! And John Jay’s bowl of leaves! Because nothing is scarier than going to get goldfish and realizing that they’ve […]

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Ah, Halloweekend, that magical time when you smear makeup with glee, get punny, and make out with a banana. It’s a memorable weekend for all, even more so when it morphs into “fall break” and everybody creeps away into their caves–whether staycationing or retreating back home. To commemorate Halloweekend 2013, we bring you field notes. One for […]

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Night number two of this year’s Halloweekend—that’s a thing, we swear… use it—brings with it the longest line Morningside Heights has seen since Campo Mike first introduced “Cloud Nine Saturdays” (may they rest in peace). And fear not, freshpeople, you don’t even need a fake ID once you reach the front! A tipster reports a […]

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