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Bwoglines: Post Thanksgiving Edition

Much like my flight to Newark, your favorite Columbia news source is back albeit delayed!

Happening in the World: Germany is planning to close all of its nuclear power plants yet has been unable to find a location that is suitable to store over 2000 containers of high-level radioactive waste. (CNN)

Happening in the US: Disney’s “Frozen 2” set a new Thanksgiving box office record grossing $123.7 million over the 5 day weekend far topping the $110 million earned by “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” in 2013. (WSJ)

Happening in NYC: Another round of snow is expected to hit New York today and the city is urging New Yorkers to use public mass transit rather than drive or use cars. Stay safe! (ABC)

Happening on Campus: In case you haven’t noticed, it’s snowing! Go outside and enjoy it! This event is free!

Awesome Panda Picture:

Panda via Wikimedia

Snow via Pixabay

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