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Today is the 2nd annual Hillel Night at the Lions, that magical event where Columbia/Barnard Hillel join up with the Columbia University Men’s Basketball team to do things. Go to the Kraft Center for food and fun before Columbia’s big game against the US Army. If you have an event that you would like covered, please feel free […]

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Yesterday, Apple released the latest iteration, iOS 6, of their immensely popular operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. The flagship feature of the release is a completely re-designed, Apple-developed Maps application, which has already drawn flak from users and experts alike. The fanciest innovation is Flyover, giving you a birds-eye-view of major […]

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Nicaragua accidentally invaded Costa Rica due to a problem with Google Maps. Oops! (Gawker) The Feds don’t know if they want you to eat more cheese or less, so they’re helping you do both. (NY Times) Mayor Bloomberg flew all the way to China to have a look around. While there, he said people elected […]

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