Because everything needs a theory

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kjhWe like to keep track of the buzz on our bwogroll, and Six Silberman over at fiveplusone just gave us some good morning brain fodder: a Theory of the Bollinger in Manhattanville, attempting to explain the singularity of purpose with which he’s pursued building up north. In a nutshell, Six says that the plan for expansion was formulated with incomplete information, and Bollinger is now a hostage to both the out-of-touch Trustees and the apparatus he’s built to make the plan happen. And like many conjectures concocted by applied math majors in their spare time, this could either be completely whack or somewhat on point, in need of Bwog peer review. 


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  1. johnheffernan gs'76

    You know the complexity of the problem is world class. Essentially changing Columbia's(nation,world), urban New York and generations of students-- visible two generations but many to come the whole world of the university is a dauntless ever present live in solution not to mention brain fodder.Thanks...

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