Written by Bwog Staff
March 22, 201210:12 am 0 Comments
It's a big big big day!
The odds were in SIPA teacher Jean-Marie Guéhenno’s favor as he was appointed Deputy Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the League of Arab States on Syria. (UN)
Are you a free lunch fanatic? Well, you’re basically killing America’s odds of defeating economic problems. (Bloomberg)
Despite last night’s Million Hoodie march, the odds may not be in the favor of prosecutors in the Trayvon Martin case, Columbia Law School professor Jeffrey Fagan explains. (International Business Times, Greenfield Daily Reporter)
DSpar recently spoke in Mumbai, explaining the benefits of women’s colleges and international students’ odds of admission. (NYTimes)
The Hunger Games film opens tonight at midnight and the odds are definitely in its favor to be, like, the biggest thing ever. But actually. In case you didn’t read the book, get caught up before you’re left out of every conversation this weekend. (E!, The Washington Post)
Effie Trinket via the Capitol The Hunger Games Wiki
Tags: bwoglines, columbia professors doing big things, free food in danger, if Columbia were the Hunger Games DSpar would be Katniss, see you at the midnight premiere, why haven't you read the book yet??, with his free speech fights PrezBo would def be Gale
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