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Bwoglines: Not According to Plan Edition

Kitten: “Lemme out of this pot!”

Sheherazad Jaafari: “SIPA is a past chapter in my life.” (Communiqué)

CC ’15 student turned dropout: “Columbia is a business enterprise, not a community.” (Spectator)

Photographer of the picture before the fatal subway collision: “Every time I close my eyes, I see the image of death.” (New York Mag)

Son of Besse Cooper, world’s former oldest person, on her death: “With her hair fixed it looked like she was ready to go.” (Huff Post)

Paleontologist on discovery of Besse Cooper the newest oldest dinosaur: “We push the origin of dinosaurs further back in time.” (BBC)



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  • freshman realizations says:

    @freshman realizations Recognizing that columbia is a business– almost as trite as entitling your Spec op-ed “A modest proposal.”

    1. hmmm says:

      @hmmm I feel Hannah should have posted the article on both Bwog and Spectator. TBH, there’s really nothing original in the story (not that i’m saying the experience isn’t personal, it’s just we’ve seen the argument before), but the comments give a very interesting picture of the audience of Spec. I’d love to see Bwog comments on this issue specifically.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous The Bwog dire wolves would be picking their teeth with her bones by now. For once I agree with The Dark Hand: SPEC SUCKS.

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