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Student loses $2,000 in Columbia Outlook email phishing scam

Student loses $2,000 in Columbia Outlook email phishing scam

October 7, 2019

A Columbia student lost $2,000 in September after falling victim to one of several alleged dog walking job scams circulating among the school’s Outlook accounts, causing Columbia administrators to...

Uncovering uncertainty

Uncovering uncertainty

By Ethan Stocking-Anderson

May 8, 2017

People often remark on how small the world is. They don’t really mean to downplay the massiveness of our planet, unless of course they are card-carrying members of the Flat Earth Society, in which cas...

Columbia to spread ‘SALT’ across college campus

Columbia to spread ‘SALT’ across college campus

February 29, 2016

SALT, a new program designed to give students a taste for better financial management, became available to Columbia students via email in January of the Spring 2016 Semester.The program, developed by Ameri...

Election results already under scrutiny

By Tyler Davis

November 6, 2012

Lately, we’ve been hearing that the results of today’s election may be so contested that the election won’t be decided by the end of the night, or even a few days after. Claims of voter fraud and questionable polling practices are already popping up.As of 10:20 a.m., the election fraud hotline 1-866-OUR-VOTE has received more than 26,000 calls, according to a tweet from the hotline. Various voting problems are being...

Caravan for Peace marches through Chicago

By Dannis Valera

September 9, 2012

The Caravan for Peace marched through Chicago’s Little Village earlier this week calling for changes in policy and strategy concerning the war on drugs.The caravan first started Aug. 11, after crossing the Otay Border into San Diego. In total, the caravan will travel through 26 cities and will eventually end up in Washington, D.C., Sept. 12.Mexican poet Javier Sicilia started the caravan because of the loss of his son, J...

Fourth Amendment, due process are necessary, not optional

By Luke Wilusz

April 24, 2011

The U.S. Department of Justice is asking Congress for the right to ignore the First Amendment.A coalition of Internet service providers and other groups called Digital Due Process—which includes Google Inc., the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation—has been lobbying to update the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Government and law enforcement officials currently require no probab...

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