Good morning Columbia! Catch up on what you missed yesterday with your daily dose of Bwoglines. 

Happening in the world: Airbnb has stated that “the safety and security of our community is our highest priority” after customers in Cork, Ireland, found a hidden camera in their lodgings. Per Airbnb policy, cameras are allowed in host rooms, but their presence must be disclosed. (The Washington Post)

Happening in the U.S.: In court documents filed on Friday, the U.S. Government has stated that it could take up to 2 years to identify what could be thousands of separated immigrant families. The reason for such a long process provided is that Customs and Border Protection did not collect data on family separations before April 2018. (New York Times)

Happening in NYC: You may have heard of the construction of a basement pool that is keeping every single resident of West 69th St. It was supposed to end in December, but now estimates say that it could last all summer. And that’s just the digging portion. (New York Times)

Happening on campus: Rest up post-Bacchanal!

 No guarantees, unfortunately via Bwog twitter