Bwoglines: Winners And Losers Edition

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My brain this week, trying to learn weeks of material in one night.

Happening Around the World: Italian election results are in, and no one won a clear majority of votes, resulting in a hung parliament. This will require political parties to form coalitions to get anything done in parliament, as there is no denominating party within the system. (BBC)

Happening in the US: The Oscars happened Sunday night, with many big stars winning awards, including Gary Oldman for Best Actor, Frances McDormand for Best Actress, and The Shape of Water winning the big prize of the night, Best Picture. (CNN)

Happening in the City: After conducting research on levels of noise and the amount of complaints made by citizens of New York City, Washington Heights and Inwood have been found to be the noisiest neighborhoods. See the whole list and analysis here. (NY Post)

Happening on Campus: “Sexuality, Disability and Aging: Queer Temporalities of the Phallus” is a lecture conducted by Jane Gallop from 4:00-6:00 PM in the East Gallery of Buell Hall. More information can be found here.

Overseen on Campus: Girl doing her laundry while crying in the John Jay laundry room (make sure to get rest and take breaks from studying, y’all!)

I’m going to take the biggest L on this midterm today via Bwog Recycled Images 

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