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Morning Roundup (and Contest!): Can’t Buy Me Love Edition

Good morning, and welcome back, readers! We start the year with a revamped and expanded morning news roundup, but we need your help naming it. Suggest your best title ideas in the comments, and please don’t force us to choose “Bweakfast with Bwog.”

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Even the most rent-stabilized Manhattanites can’t stand against the MTA (NYT).

The most famous CU alum’s favorite haunts get their own walking tour – for $25 (NYPost).

In local tennis, a 17-year-old from Georgia (the state) is steamrolling all those girls who advertise things on TV (HuffPo).

A good chunk of Morningside will now accept your parents’ money instead of your own (Spec).

New York State accuses Columbia’s Manhattanville PR firm of ethics violations (Spec).

And, last but not least, the University’s still forking it over to save us from Swine Mexican H1N1 Flu (Spec).

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  • Philo says:

    @Philo On a side note, Philolexian society is having our first debate this Thursday evening at 8:30 PM in the Lerner Satow Room. Coincidentally, the topic of debate is:

    RESOLVED, Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems.

    Come by and debate whether or not mo’ money does in fact lead to mo’ problems.

  • i like says:

    @i like bweakfast with bwog!

  • Jasper says:

    @Jasper …. Good Morning Morningside?

    although i really do like bweakfast with bwog

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