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Life is hard at Columbia. Which means that everyone here could use a good cry every now and then. But space is at a premium here, which means that finding a quiet spot to emote in peace—much like finding a place to hook up—can be very difficult. Perhaps you a rising sophomore just learning that […]

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Due to an emergency water shut down on 114th street, some residence halls will lose water access, and JJ’s Place and Butler Cafe will close early tonight, September 17th. The shutdown is scheduled for at 10 pm and will last for 3 hours, though the email Housing sent out incorrectly says it will start at 1 am. Residence halls […]

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