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The Yale Police Department is currently investigating a possible sexual assault involving Yale undergraduates at a “naked party” thrown by the Pundits, Yale’s senior prank society. Perhaps this is why Columbia never has naked parties…(underwear parties don’t count!) (NYDN, YDN)

We hope your first meal today looks as fun as these breakfasts do. Personally, Bwog prefers its eggs smiling. (City Room)

A slide from a US Air Force Anti-Terrorism Training Course cites universities like Harvard, Columbia, and USF for inviting Islamic professors to their campuses who facilitate the “brainwashing [of] the academic youth in America.” Apparently, university Muslim student groups have also been identified as “prime terrorism suspects in the United States.” (The Atlantic)

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker (R) begins the process for layoffs of 1,500 state employees, stating that layoffs would commence a month from now if his “budget repair” proposal isn’t passed. Should the 14 Senate Democrats return to Wisconsin, says Walker, these layoffs may be avoided. The 14 senators, however, claim they have no such plans. (WashPo, NYT)

Early this morning, Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi’s militia stormed the rebel-controlled town of Zawiyah. Town residents call it a massacre. (GlobalPost, NYT)

For some midterm procrastination: play Rock-Paper-Scissors with a computer! We swear it’s more exciting than it sounds. (NYT)

This Bwogger’s Preferred Breakfast via Wikimedia Commons

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11 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Link for the Air Force story?

    1. Liz Jacob says:

      @Liz Jacob Whoops! Sorry about that!

  • Thesis Festival! says:

    @Thesis Festival! Come on Bwog, where’s your review of the Theatre Thesis Festival? . . . Closing night’s tonight . . . 2 plays: Cahoot’s Macbeth by Tom Stoppard at 8pm and Saint Plays at 9pm . . . Thesis for both directors and one actor . . . Tons of students involved, and a lot of them are seniors . . . Free and in Milbank . . . Send someone tonight?

    1. Saint Plays says:

      @Saint Plays are by Erik Ehn. . . Also directors are Alex Brinkman-Young and Katie Lupica respectively

  • They may only technically says:

    @They may only technically be underwear parties, but I have def seen some stuff at the C-Spot parties.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Hey just a friendly suggestion: write less! Bwoglines should be quick snappy sentences. You have paragraphs going on!

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous dude, the longest “paragraph” is 3 sentences. chill out

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Good job USF and Columbia!

  • WATSON! says:

    @WATSON! I know your over there just crewing with me. I will have the title someday!!

    1. ... says:

      @... Really? Taking the “s” out. Low blow Watson, low blow.

  • wait... says:

    @wait... they have their own police department…are they in the middle of nowhere or something

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