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Today's top stories
Getting in on neuro magic: The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute’s supposed to be the best institute worldwide for studying neuroscience, but there’s been next to no planning to ensure that undergrads will benefit from this, which... sucks. (That being said, there’s still time to make this happen!)
116 memories: A self-proclaimed hobbit and Columbia College first-year reflects on coming of age on a campus that’s constantly changing.
Photographing Africa: What’s threatening the future of photography in Africa? Read up on what the panel had to say, then check out the photo exhibition currently in the Wallach Art Gallery.
New talent from New Delhi: Women’s golf’s first-year Ridhima Dilawari comes to Morningside Heights as the No. 1 junior golfer from a country of around 1.3 billion.
No recording tapes: No Red Tape’s protesting the right to record policy tomorrow. We’ve got this preview of the potential arguments for and against the policy.
MoHi’s scariest horrors: ...apparently aren’t that scary. Spectrum practically gave away its Snapchat contest prize away this week, so even if you Snapped something kinda “meh,” you may still have won… who knows?? (Well, you will if you click here.)
Financial RAid: Columbia RAs on financial aid actually see fewer financial perks on the job than RAs not on fin-aid. Find out why...
Another football victory? Looks like the Lions may just thrash Yale this evening. We’ll be liveblogging it starting at 6 p.m.
Emma Sulkowicz’s latest project: You may remember her as “Mattress Girl,” but this 2015 CC graduate and artist is more than that. Check out her latest exhibition on the assumptions of identity.
Edging closer to an Ivy championship: At 4-0-1, women’s soccer tops the Ivy League standings heading into this weekend’s matchup at Yale.
The Battle for Uris: Ahead of the Business School’s move to Manhattanville, academic departments and student groups are vying for freed-up space in Uris Hall.
Bubble tea time: Quick! Before it gets too damn cold permanently! Grab a swig of the best bubble tea in or around the MoHi bubble.
This week's contest
Show off that costume: We’ve seen you on Buy Sell Trade begging for odd bits and bobs to polish off your Halloween get-up. We wanna see what you went as this year, so give us a Snap.
Prize: $10 Amazon gift card
Deadline: 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 4
WKND: Pregame Playlist
Spoook up your Halloweekend: Evanescence, Beyoncé, and even a lil’ Rocky Horror. Get down this weekend with some scary jams and jingles.
Columbia Women's Leadership Conference
Female leaders will dish their insights and experiences on Saturday from 12 to 3 p.m in Roone Arledge Cinema. The lineup’s pretty cool too—check it out. (Lunch included btw omnomnom.) Grab a ticket today!
11 a.m. - 3 p.m. starting at the Barnard Quad
5 - 8 p.m. in Ancel Plaza, SIPA
Live at the Sundial
6 - 8 p.m. on College Walk at the Sundial (surprise surprise)
Notes & Keys presents: Votes and Keys! Acapella Concert
8:30 - 9:30 p.m. in Lerner C555
Sso-Lol: Standup and improv comedy night
8:30 - 9:45 p.m. in Postcrypt Coffeehouse
Barrio 2016: Celebrating Filipino-American History Month
9:15 - 10:50 p.m. in Roone Arledge Auditorium
Product designers are responsible for graphic design behind our website, apps, and digital features. They help us define the Spectator user experience, thinking about the manner in which Columbians interacts with our content and deciding on the best way to showcase our work—both journalistic and not.
Designers will be assigned to a Spectator product (such as The Shaft) for which they will create mockups and communicate with our tech teams to see their work come to life. No coding required, but some graphic design or artistic background is highly encouraged.
Snapchat of the day
It’s rare for us to receive such wholesome Snapchats. Usually we get butt pics. So thank you, unrealistically put-together chef family.
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