The former fourth floor home of Tasti D-Lite’s suspicious “dairy-based soft serve frozen dessert” (as they call it on their Web site) is now home to a distinctly higher-calorie and, in the eyes of some students, more offensive hot dog vending machine.
At first glance, sophomore wide receiver Mike Stephens does not look like the formidable force that he has shown himself to be on the football field this season.
The men’s and women’s golf teams will travel to Ann Arbor, Mich. and Princeton, N. J. respectively, this weekend looking to extend their impressive play into the 2008-9 season. Last year, the men’s team won the Ivy League Championship and the women’s team took second place in the tournament.
The equation seems simple. Take some combination of meat and cheese and vegetables, stick it in a pie crust, heat it—either frying or baking will do—and there you have it. An empanada.
Though the Columbia lacrosse team may not have had the year it hoped for or anticipated, much of its season can be summed up in these few words: successful out of conference, unsuccessful in conference.
About 15 people marched from Lerner Hall to the Office of the Secretary yesterday to present the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Bill Campbell, with a petition to protest the unclean environmental practices of Apple Computers.
The Frontiers of Science program, now completing its third year of a five-year experiment, is due to undergo structural changes that will increase continuity between the lectures and seminars, as both students and faculty pinpoint areas in which they believe improvement should be made.
Paula Cheng, CC '08, was elected the new president of the Activities Board at Columbia as the organization picked its 2007-2008 executive board.
The 700 copies of Jester magazine that disappeared this past weekend were recovered on Monday, found in all the places that the magazine is usually located-dorms, Lerner Hall, and Mudd, among others.
Most people take just one or two copies of the magazines laid out in Lerner. This weekend, one avid reader took 700.
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University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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