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based on 89 reviews
  • ESTEBAN from Fullerton, CA

    Only freshman year and only if you live in John Jay will you have an incredible dining experience that first year. The dining hall is just downstairs and JJ's is in the basement open until 4 am with the greatest junk food ever for those Freshman… more read full review

    Only freshman year and only if you live in John Jay will you have an incredible dining experience that first year. The dining hall is just downstairs and JJ's is in the basement open until 4 am with the greatest junk food ever for those Freshman 15. After that, it sucks and you're far from the dining area so you probably won't get a dining plan, and a tiny sandwich is $10 and the grocery store is far and expensive and you have to actually do stuff and make it yourself... meh. read full review

  • Alexander

    Recently, Columbia administration took action to cancel a long-standing tradition of the famously clever Columbia Marching Band, whose "Orgo Night" show in the main library on the eve of finals week was a highlight of every semester. The… more read full review

    Recently, Columbia administration took action to cancel a long-standing tradition of the famously clever Columbia Marching Band, whose "Orgo Night" show in the main library on the eve of finals week was a highlight of every semester. The university was apparently unhappy with the comic barbs that the band routinely lobbed at university officials during the show and decided to muzzle the band by canceling the performance with only a few days' notice. This does not bode will for free student speech on the Columbia campus. read full review

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