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Bwoglines: Raising Voices Edition

what would YOU say into this fancily lit microphone?

DSpar took some time off running Barnard to give the keynote address at the opening of the Harvard Business School’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to its two-year M.B. A. program. (The Crimson)

The vice presidential debate is tonight. For the politically disengaged, that’s Democrat Joe Biden vs. Republican Paul Ryan. Get your popcorn! (TIME)

Barnard’s not the only place with labor problems; the first strike in Walmart’s history continues to expand. (New York Times)

Meanwhile, in France, President Hollande has fulfilled millions of dreams by vowing to abolish homework for elementary students. (France24)

Apparently, mice can sing. Quite tunefully,too. (The Telegraph)

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  • 2014 says:

    @2014 Is the VP debate being shown anywhere like they did in Lerner for the first one?

    1. Peter says:

      @Peter Yes, it’ll be in Roone Cinema.
      https://www.facebook.com/events/473869309324391/

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