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New Year News Roundup


A quick roundup of some of headlines that appeared in our inbox in the past few days:

For all those who have resolved to go to get fit in the new year, there may be no better example of the benefits than Barack Obama – he began his now-famous commitment to fitness as a senior at Columbia.

Cut out the sugar cubes: Medical Center researchers have linked blood sugar spikes to memory loss.

Women’s basketball star Judie Lomax was named to the Naismith Trophy Early Season watch list, the only player from the Ivy League on the list.

Finally, Bwog salutes former Rhode Island Senator Claiborne Pell, architect of the Pell Grant program, who died yesterday at the age of 90. Pell recieved a master’s in history from Columbia in 1946, and Columbia ranks 1st among private universities in percentage of students recieving Pell Grants.

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  • Nobler says:

    @Nobler what’s going on at swish?

    1. swish says:

      @swish i’m swishing your mom.

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    @The new site is having some troubles? The site is really slow and I keep getting the “internal error” message. Just a heads up.

  • namename says:

    @namename I heart pell

  • links says:

    @links should not be a different font. kthanxbye.

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