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There’s stargazing on Low tonight.
Today's top stories
You’re braver than you think: Halloween creepin’ you out a little? If you deal with these horrors on a daily basis, you actually have nothing to be afraid of when it comes to this spoooky season.
Food for fighting: CCSC is partnering with other councils and FLIP to form a food insecurity task force and petition campus services to expand the emergency meal fund.
Final fall: Shawn Hadavi nearly does the impossible in men’s tennis before falling in the singles final at a top collegiate tournament.
Election demands: Why you need to vote and condemn the Donald, according to the CU Dems.
Fishbowl theater: KCST’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” took a gendered viewpoint on the struggles and failures controlling fate in this classic Hamlet spin-off.
Breaking records: Women’s soccer conquers Princeton, getting the team off to its best-ever start in Ivy play.
Escaping MoHi: Columnist Patricia Pou Jové argues how encouraging students to burst out of the MoHi bubble isn’t as easy when you’re on a tight budget.
Volleyball push: The volleyball team is staying in Ivy title race, but will they still be around after this coming weekend’s split with Harvard and Dartmouth?
Got the plague? Trying to beat off the flu but also on a budget? We compared Walgreen’s, Duane Reade, and Rite Aid’s top ten cold ’n flu products’ prices that’ll leave you less sick and less poor.
This week's contest
MoHi is bustling with cute animals, whether they’re pets, pigeons, or subway rats. Take yourself on an incentivized study break during the midterms crunch. Snap us a pic of a cute animal @CUspectrum. We’ll be giving the snapper of the most adorable beast a $10 Amazon gift card.
- Stargazing with blueShift, Columbia Space Initiative, and Columbia Science Review
- A discussion on self-care, political correctness, and more
- Ask & Answer: Chase Joynt & Vivek Shraya (NYC)
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