A few notable links that have come in over the past couple of days:

1) Andrew Delbanco’s essay in The New Republic, War College.  The chair of American Studies department, Delbanco reflects on his teaching of LitHum and the difficulties of understanding war within the university.

2)  An update on the final exam incident at the J-school.  At least one student has sent  Gawker some scuttlebutt on today’s section of Freedman’s course, which was  mandatory and supposed to weed out the cheaters.

3) Advice from the Dude Decoder on Alloy, an online magazine targeted at 12-16 year old tweens.  A CC sophomore interns for the company, and the dudes here are a bunch of her ’09 friends – Bwog’s favorites are Steve S. (Do you mind if a girl is better than sports?), Max P. (Are girls who dress for class hot or not?) and Jordan K. (What’s the last time you cried?)

4) More from Gawker – they’ve read our Wednesday personals and have nothing nice to say about our Greek friends.  Too bad.