Bwoglines: People Talk About Columbia Sometimes Edition
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Poor man. Subjected to news about Columbia University.

Professor Mercer talks about Columbia when comparing the experience teaching here and teaching in prison. (Washington Post)

Former N.B.A. player Troy Murphy talks about Columbia in describing what it’s like to go back to school here. (New York Times)

Forbes talks about Columbia when they evaluate the significance of the recent administrative decision to close the Chinese Students and Scholars Association.

President Obama and visiting Afghani President Ghani talk about Columbia as they briefly recall their time here for the benefit of watching press corp. (USA Today)

Everyone, it seems, is talking about Columbia as they anticipate the release of the Journalism School’s report on the now infamous Rolling Stone UVA exposé attempt. Look for that coming soon. (CNN Money)

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Bwoglines: $$$ Edition
If I didn't make 78 cents to the dollar I would definitely be cruzin in this....

If I didn’t make only  78 cents to the dollar I would definitely be cruzin in this….

Yesterday Kraft and Heinz merged to make the mega Kraft Heinz Company. Together the company’s sales will be upward of $28 billion. The deal is projected to close in the second half of 2015. The real question is, will they be selling ketchup flavored mac and cheese now? (CNN)

Uber recently announced that they would be working with UN Women to create 1 million jobs for women by 2020. Ten days following that announcment, UN Women made it very clear that their collaboration with Uber was nothing beyond Uber’s sponsorship of the “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality” event. Uber responded that the company will continue “their vision of accelerating economic opportunity for women globally” and seek advice from UN Women. (Fast Company)

Kristen Schaal and Jon Stewart can’t believe we will be driving flying cars on Mars before the economic gap between women and men is closed!! This clip is seriously funny. Watch it. (Huffington post)

Summer music festival lineups are starting to be announced. Governors Ball, Lollapalooza, and Outside lands, are all featuring some hip artists. Better start saving now.

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