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Bwoglines: Staking Our Claim

Massive university expansion plans, angry neighbors…sound familiar? (Business Week)

Glee kids hooray! You’re on MTV. (MTV)

The night will be taken back by the ladies first, as per tradition. (Spec)

We have a patent on engineering anatomical bone, and we’ve grown a temperomandibular! (New Tang Dynasty)

NY government plans to charge the homeless rent to stay in shelters. All of a sudden CU Housing’s not looking so shabby. (NYT)

Update: Tipsters tell us we’ve got quite the kick-ass Women’s Rowing team; they’re up for “crew of the week” on some fancy rowing website. It’s the end of the week, the sun is shinning…why not show some Columbia lovin’ with a vote?

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  • I think its a good idea says:

    @I think its a good idea to charge rent…It will help to keep the abuse of the system by many homeless and help get them off the streets

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Why not? Because the women’s rowing team is possibly compromised of the least athletic women on campus.

    1. have you seen them? says:

      @have you seen them? they’re jacked as shit

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