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'''''Tablet''''' (not to be confused with the non-Columbia Jewish magazine ''[[Tablet Magazine]]'') is Columbia's multi-cultural literary magazine. It publishes issues bi-annually. It was established in spring of 2006 by members of the [[Asian Journal]] which had last been printed  in 2004, who wanted to revive the Journal but with a broader appeal.<ref>[http://www.columbiaspectator.com/2006/02/07/hot-presses-new-magazines-emerge-across-campus-despite-financial-obstacles Hot Off the Presses: New Magazines Emerge Across Campus Despite Financial Obstacles], Columbia Spectator, 7 February 2006</ref>
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''Not to be confused with [[Tablet magazine]], which is a Jewish magazine unaffiliated with Columbia''
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'''''Tablet''''' is Columbia's multi-cultural literary magazine. It publishes issues bi-annually. It was established in spring of 2006 by members of the [[Asian Journal]] which had last been printed  in 2004, who wanted to revive the Journal but with a broader appeal.<ref>[http://www.columbiaspectator.com/2006/02/07/hot-presses-new-magazines-emerge-across-campus-despite-financial-obstacles Hot Off the Presses: New Magazines Emerge Across Campus Despite Financial Obstacles], Columbia Spectator, 7 February 2006</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 06:48, 17 November 2013

Not to be confused with Tablet magazine, which is a Jewish magazine unaffiliated with Columbia

Tablet is Columbia's multi-cultural literary magazine. It publishes issues bi-annually. It was established in spring of 2006 by members of the Asian Journal which had last been printed in 2004, who wanted to revive the Journal but with a broader appeal.[1]

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References

  1. Hot Off the Presses: New Magazines Emerge Across Campus Despite Financial Obstacles, Columbia Spectator, 7 February 2006
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