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This Week In Procrastination: Nail-Biter Edition

This week’s events promise to be sequentially nail-biting, shocking, fascinating, and slightly scary.


Election Day: The College Democrats and Republicans will have watch parties, and so will pretty much everyone Bwog knows.  We’ll even cover some of that.  Eveningish @ all over the country.


Blackwater: J. Cofer Black, VP of the infamous mercenary corporation, will be speaking.  No matter what he says, it ought to be an interesting event, considering Columbia’s political leanings.  Bwog will be covering this event.  8:00 PM @ Lerner Cinema.


Mind, Memory, and the Actor: Oliver Sacks is at it again, this time on identity and neurology in the mind of an actor.  6:00 PM @ Miller.


Scary Sushi Night: CJS will have all-you-can eat sushi for $7.  Bwog isn’t sure what’s scary about that.  7:00 PM & 8:00 PM @ Party Space.

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  • link says:

    @link Had a hell of a time finding any link. Here’s the ovationtix one:

  • surlybastard says:

    @surlybastard I will be disappointed if the students don’t go for the jugular on the blackwater guy.

  • omission! says:

    @omission! also thursday: salmon rushdie and orhan pamuk in low!!! open to the public wowwww

    1. shhhhhh says:

      @shhhhhh don’t tell them!

  • Blackwater says:

    @Blackwater is now an RSVP event on OvationTix. Go to the fb group to get the link or go through OvationTix.

  • ... says:

    @... political leanings? More like morals

  • Jake says:

    @Jake Forget about Blackwater, when are we going to hear from the VP of Ravenwood?

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