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Bwogline: Ever close your eyes to rub them? You’ve probably “seen” shapes behind your eyelids, despite a lack of light. Those random formations are called “phosphenes,” and a recently published paper in the journal Cell shows they have some rhyme and reason. After researchers sent successive electrical impulses along a certain region of participants’ brains, […]

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Another Saturday, another Bwoglines. Here’s the latest.

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In an email sent this morning, President Bollinger updated members of the Columbia community on the steps he and other administrative staff are taking to prepare for the fall semester.

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Welcome to the penultimate Saturday of the month—make it a good one.

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Daily Editor Jeffrey Ndubisi shows us the best calculator to buy when you can’t use your trusted TI-84.

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Hello, and welcome to Bwoglines: the flagship… newsletter? bulletin? of the Beginner’s Mind.

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Morning, folks!

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Here’s what’s happening in (and out!) of your neck of the woods.

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Good morning. Here’s the latest.

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Finally, the perfect Bwoglines.

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If I were the weather, I would simply not have a “high” of 0℃ today.

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