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Conspiracy Bwog: Why Does The Harmony Lobby Smell Like A McDonald’s?

Why does one of the dorms farthest from campus smell like a popular fast food restaurant? Staff writer Ezra Lerner has a theory.  A question that has plagued me since I first walked into the lobby of Harmony is “why does it smell like a McDonald’s?” (Don’t argue with me on this. If you don’t […]

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Housing Reviews 2016: Harmony

Trying to figure out where to live next year? Does your lottery number got you feeling down? If so, we have the perfect series for you. Enjoy one of many updated housing reviews with our review of Harmony. Location: 544 W. 110th Street. Most remote of all the CC/SEAS dorms Nearby dorms: No. Stores and restaurants: Westside! […]

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Summertime and the Living is Easy

Whether to work an internship, catch up on credits, or avoid family, a significant portion of Columbia stays in NYC between academic years. A summer in the ‘hood allows students to see a different side of the city, one in which papers aren’t due tomorrow morning and a happy hour margarita at The Heights might actually serve to cool […]

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