Written by Bwog Staff
May 07, 201110:30 am 3 Comments
He's waited a while for this.
Yesterday, Yale voted to restore ROTC, just days after Stanford voted to do the same. (YDN, Stanford Daily)
Famous playwright Tony Kushner, CC ’78, was slated to receive an honorary degree from CUNY, until one trustee objected and CUNY scrubbed his nomination. A lot of people cried foul, so now it looks like he’ll get a CUNY sheepskin after all! (NYT)
Forty years ago, a lawyer fresh out of law school filed a lawsuit against the NYPD. That lawsuit continues to be fought by the city. (City Room)
Looks like the battle between bloggers and traditional media is heating up! Yesterday, the Schools Chancellor had to break up a fight between a blogger and TV reporter at City Hall. (Daily Politics)
And don’t forget to check out the 24-hour Improv Show next to the Steps. The talented humorists of Fruit Paunch have now been performing for over 16 hours straight and will keep going until 5 pm!
Doggy from Wikimedia Commons
Tags: bwoglines, eagerly awaited, fruit paunch, lawyers are serious!, public fighting, ROTC, tony kushner
October 16, 20097:26 pm 45 Comments
Visitors to the Spec‘s website might find the front page looking a little lacking in content.
Rather than the first step in a makeover, tipsters tell us that there’s “some serious internal – and possibly legal – drama going down.” Spec editor-in-chief Melissa Repko declined comment on advice of lawyers, and online editor Ryan Bubinski, who oversaw the most recent redesign, has not responded to requests for comment.
Tags: columbia spectator, drama, lawyers are serious!, spectacle at spec
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