Azealia Banks Did What?
Well, Columbia, the craziness of spring semester continues. First, you need to decide what classes to take next fall. Thankfully, there are some gems.
Also, you’re probably trying to land your dream internship for this summer. If the shuttering of Fung Wah is keeping you from traveling to a different city to interview for it and it’s looking increasingly likely that you’re going to be stuck in the service sector, never fear—Even Azealia Banks once worked behind a counter at our very own Oren’s.
Don’t let the insanity of these last few weeks distract you too much from enjoying what’s around us, though. New York City and Columbia are brimming with opportunities, but these are often transient. For example, this week The Eye explores the loss of iconic Jewish delis around the city. At Columbia, we can often be too focused on our own hectic lives to take the time to appreciate the incredible stories of those around us, as Stephen Snowder did in this week’s lead about Columbia’s military veterans.
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