One Monday down…
…and however many to go.
It’s also National Teddy Bear Day, which means we can stop pretending we didn’t bring our stuffed animals to college.
And if that doesn’t cheer you up, run uptown and take advantage of the 10 for $10 before 10 special at Kitchenette.
Still nothing? Oh well. Here are today’s headlines:
Read this: Two CC juniors volunteering for Bill de Blasio tell readers why the mayoral campaign (and de Blasio’s policies) should matter to Columbians.
Know this: The administration will make no formal investigation into last spring’s alleged hate crime by Chad Washington, CC ’15.
Here’s more: Sports columnist Melissa Cheung calls for student athletes to find opportunities to lead by example on campus.
And even more: Spectator sat down with Interim Deans Terry Martinez and Todd Smith-Bergollo for a Q&A about pertinent administrative issues.
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