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Edward Snowden or Joseph Gordon-Levitt?

Edward Snowden or Joseph Gordon-Levitt?

A “career criminal” with a meat cleaver was shot yesterday in Midtown by NYPD members after they confronted him and strapped a boot to his car, causing him to go into a “blind rage.” (NY Daily News)

Shawn Carter, also known as Jay-Z, narrated a short film, released yesterday, for the New York Times on America’s deeply flawed ‘War on Drugs.’ (NY Times)

Today, the film Snowden hits theatres, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley (who visited campus last year to campaign for Bernie!). Go, even if the movie itself received mixed reviews. (NY Times)

A student at William Paterson University committed suicide, her mother claims, after allegedly being raped and not receiving an investigation from the university. (Broadly)

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Did you guys forget to cover how Columbia dropped to #5 in the U.S. News rankings? I get it’s cool to act like rankings don’t matter, but it’s still something students would probably find interesting.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Seeing how 90% of Bwog is Barnard, they’re probably just happy to even be connected to an actually prestigious school. Where’s Barnard? Down in the lower 20s, tied with Bates—a college most people at Columbia have probably never heard of.

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