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SEAS puts New York in check, when it comes to how green it is. (NYT)

The mystery over the Westside cheese labels, and all the existential crises it’s inspired, is solved. (Gothamist)

We already figured out how to not be that guy. Now people are learning how to avoid it on Twitter. (The Atlantic)

The Economist finally figures out how Columbians got so fly with our cray cray abbrevs.(The Economist)

 

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous If you think Columbia is crazy about “abbrevs,” you should check out Stanford.
    IHUM, PWR, SLE, FloMo, FroSoCo, MemAud, MemChu, etc.

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