Bwoglines: Hidden Danger? Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
A couple with poor timing reportedly attempted to enter the mile high club on 9/11. The couple’s prolonged absence from their seats prompted an emergency landing and arrest by a team of SWAT officers. (Gothamist)
According to a riveting profile on a turnstyle-jumping youth, shirking your subway fee is the first step towards a life of “flip-floppy” moral depravity. You’ve been warned. (NYDailyNews)
A bill sponsored by more than half the members of the House would make state-issued gun permits valid across state lines, effectively allowing those with concealed handgun permits from states with more lax requirements to stroll about Manhattan, where applications for most concealed handgun permits are rejected. (Bloomberg)
Brand ambassadors. They’re here. Among us. Selling things sorta subtly. (NYTimes)
On a more serious note.
Columbia’s Black Alumni Council released a statement about the resignation of Dean Moody-Adams, posted below.
We, the Black Alumni Council, thank Dean Moody-Adams for her dedicated service to the College as Dean and Vice President for Undergraduate Education.
Columbia’s black community is particularly gratified that Dean Moody-Adams filled her historic role as the first minority and first female Dean of the College with such aplomb, grace, and dedication. Dean Moody-Adams set a very high standard for professionalism, scholarship, and composure under challenging circumstances.
The Black Alumni Council wants Dean Moody-Adams’s brief tenure to be remembered with dignity for her accomplishments, dedication and sacrifice. As she steps into an equally prominent role among a small, but significant, group of female faculty and faculty of color, we wish her well.
Black Alumni Council (BAC)
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