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Bwoglines: Not Boris Yeltsin Edition

Gather all ye sleep deprived. Hear my Bwoglines.

Happening in the World: Protestors in Luxembourg jeered Boris Johnson (New York Times).

Happening in the US: The governor of California announced the state’s intentions to regulate electronic cigarettes (New York Times).

Happening in NYC: Students in NYC public schools will be allowed to miss class to attend the youth climate protests on Friday (New York Times).

Happening on Campus: The lecture “Expanding the World of Literature” will be held from 6 – 7 pm in Buell Hall, East Gallery (Register Here).

Bueller? Bueller?

Song Rec: “Just What I Needed,” By The Cars

You should listen to everything they’ve written, but this will make a good start.

He’s not actually the guy doing the regulating via Wikimedia Commons

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