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  • Bwog missed it while QuickSpecking, since the classic headline “Penn to Teach at Penn” ran under today’s College Briefs in the print edition only. “Sean Penn?” one student was overheard wondering. Not quite, and if seniors here are upset about Matthew Fox speaking on Class Day, we wonder what they’d think if Columbia signed the star of Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Van Wilder: Rise of Taj as an adjunct professor (okay, okay, he was in The Namesake too…and we’re still waiting for Fox to take on a similarly respectable role…)

  • We’re not going to go beyond providing the link: Radar‘s…saucy interview with Matt Sanchez

  • Dean Quigley, overheard leaving Low around 6PM yesterday: “One of my favourite* things in life is that time in between jobs.” Following in Zvi’s footsteps? Say it ain’t so, Austin…

  • Are the SDS, progenitors of the 1968 protests, on the rise again? We guess we won’t know for sure until attending tomorrow night’s meeting. Until then, we offer a synopsis of their logo from Bwog’s very own semiotician, reporting from the Hamilton stairs: “They appear to be lacking a sense of irony. The flyers have George Bush doing a clenched fist and ‘Is this what democracy looks like?’ — but then two inches away, the SDS fist logo, in almost exactly the same position.”

*We like to imagine he both thinks and speaks aloud in the spelling of the Queen’s English. -CJS