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Earlier today, a fire alarm shattered the sacred silence of Butler library. As bleary-eyed ref room denizens shuffled out, a fireman’s words reminded us of the harsh reality.  Fireman: (to students leaving the library) “It’s a Saturday! Why are you guys in there on a Saturday?” Burned. Safety via Wikimedia Commons

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Barnard’s first lady has just been elected to the Board of Directors of Goldman Sachs, where she will serve on the Audit, Risk, Compensation and Corporate Governance and Nominating committees. As you probably know, the financial firm, chaired by powerhouse Lloyd Blankfein, has a less than pristine reputation. Last year, the SEC went after Goldman […]

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In case you were wondering why there are 6 vehicles with flashing lights basically blocking 115th St., the building above Uni Cafe is undergoing what one fireman calls “boiler problems.” You can’t see anything externally, but if you look up (possibly from Schapiro) at the building on 115th, you can see sparks coming from the […]

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