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Bwoglines: The Morning After Edition

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Will making the pre-meds of tomorrow take more humanities classes save them from soulless despair? Worth a try… (NY Times)

A mobile medical facility in Las Vegas is devoted to instantly curing your hangover. Can we lure it to College Walk? (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Secret Service agents have a wild night in Colombia before a multinational conference, get sent home early. You can now feel better about still being slightly drunk for that one job interview. (Fox News)

A concertgoer attempts to use Craigslist to track down the father of her child. (Gawker)

A discussion of the twisted relationship between the NYPD and Ray Kelly. (NY Mag)

South Lawn after Bacchanal via Wikimedia Commons.

 

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