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QuickSpec: Housing Lottery Losers Are Not The Only Ones Without A Home

African Studies at CU is scattered. I guess that fits with the whole Diaspora thing. A new housing policy is making it harder for the Jewish community to find good homes. John Jay breakfast isn’t just like home for international students (or anyone, for that matter). More property issues to our North.
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Free Food and Distractions

Take away your book stress, housing-related pain, or post-VW panic attack tremors with free food! Choose from two varieties – free food with a side of environmentalism, or free food with a side of 90’s nostalgia. Earth Co. will host its study break at 10pm on the Lerner ramps, and you know what you get […]
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QuickFed: “Spectador” Edition

New issue of The Fed out today for your April Fooling pleasure! Laugh, be merry, and pretend you pulled an awesome prank. Spectator to close its doors forever due to certain “allegations” and insufficient funds. Bwog’s hoping a casino will replace the Broadway office. The admissions letter you wish you got. And the school you […]
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Quickhawk: Hawkma Love

New bird on the block? Hawkma likes your hair. If you believe in the possibility of a Mr./Mrs. Hawkma, know that you are not the first to be fascinated by stories of hawk love. And speaking of Red-tail love, we have more pics of Baby Hawkma! The hawks in Florida are almost as beautiful as […]
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Alan Brinkley Accosted by FoxNews!

Super hero/History prof/Provost Alan Brinkley was walking to work one chilly day, and noticed someone following him. Because he didn’t think to look for one of those little red “Lion’s Watching” Lions to protect him against evil spirits, the stalker eventually caught up to him and introduced himself – Griff Jenkins of Fox News. Jenkins […]
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Housing, Day 3: Smart People Edition

It’s the smart mixed-group and the lucky juniors today.  We’ll keep you updated with the scrawls on the Whiteboard of Fate while you bite your nails and “concentrate” in class.  Bldg Size Confg Note # Bldg Size Confg Note # EC EX 5 3S 1D FL18 0 Watt 2 2S 2 BR 0 FL16 0 […]
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Vampire Weekend Cancels?

Grab your pitchforks, music fans: Bacchanal members tell Bwog that Vampire Weekend dropped out of the concert early last night. No word yet on the actual reasoning behind the cancellation, although we strongly suspect that last Tuesday’s events have something to do with it. More updates coming shortly. UPDATE (12:57 p.m.): Sources confirm that Vampire […]
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QuickSpec: Things Suck Edition

You mean there’s someone else screwing over West Harlem too? PrezBo fears for his life, sucks his thumb at night. Barnard has no money or teachers, but SIPA goes on carving? Columbia accepts corporate sponsorship, billboards will go up on low steps. 
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LectureHop: The Economic Crisis Goes Down In History

How do you put the biggest economic meltdown in eighty years into historical perspective? Bwog Money Madame Anna Kelner went to Havemeyer tonight to find out. Today’s economy is rapidly turning into the stuff of Shakespeare.  Headline after headline spells disaster, AIG is handing out multimillion-dollar bonuses, the federal government is bailing out household names […]
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The Healing Power of Television

CBS News’ latest Medical Correspondent comes with a working knowledge of Homer and the difficulties of swimming 75 yards. Jennifer Ashton, CC ’91 and College of Physicians and Surgeons ’00, will move to The Early Show this year after a three-year gig consulting for Fox News. She already has her own successful private gynecology practice […]
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The CCE Contemplates A Steep Hill

The CCE offers a lot of services, as anyone who receives its incessant weekly e-mails knows. It will pretend to interview you for a job and try to make you crack. It will describe the career options for your major and try to make you cry. It will even give you tips on resume scents […]
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Admissions Decisions Are Up and Out

Admissions decisions are online now! It feels like the Terrible Twelves barely had time to learn how to pronounce ‘Schermerhorn’ before being shunted aside by the newer model, but such is the circle of life. It moves us all. As the Spec reported, regular-decision acceptances were sent off yesterday with pomp, circumstance, and “a middle-aged […]
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Free Food and Distractions

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QuickFed: “Spectador” Edition

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Quickhawk: Hawkma Love

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Alan Brinkley Accosted by FoxNews!

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Housing, Day 3: Smart People Edition

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Vampire Weekend Cancels?

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QuickSpec: Things Suck Edition

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The Healing Power of Television

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