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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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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 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 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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This afternoon, Teachers College students received an email from the offices of President Susan Furman and Provost Tom James announcing that “earlier today, several faculty members received envelopes containing hate mail.” “We have alerted the Hate Crimes Unit of the New York City Police Department,” the email continues, “which is still investigating the October 2007 […]
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                        It’s the last day of March, and for once the weather is behaving correctly – going out like a lamb after the groundhog’s prescribed six extra weeks of winter, being awesome, etc. Super Studies Stalker Julia Mix Barrington sends us photographic evidence of […]
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Welcome back to the Housing 2009 (Your Best Mistake Ever!) LiveBwog! We’ll be keeping you updated on the developments of your housing dreams and nightmares throughout the day, now with our handy-dandy How-Screwed-Are-You? Housing Chart.  5:08 PM: Housing has put a new count online, though this count does not break down by line/floor. Two notable […]
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How depressing and/or controversial do you like the news attached to your free food to be? Today, you have two choices: At 6:30 in Lerner West Ramp Lounge, the Northern Korean Alliance demystifies North Korea for you with the aid of a free smorgasbord from Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread. Miss Mamie herself is rumored to be opining on […]
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The university must convince us that freshmen are not the harbingers of all evil. So far, they haven’t bothered. Your trip to South Beach was fab and everything, but this March DSpar went to China. If you ignore all the programs centered around living and learning, the LLC really isn’t so bad. Columbia takes its […]
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The SGB has just released the results of tonight’s Town Hall meeting, during which the members of the SGB Executive Board were chosen. Two new groups were also approved: the Saving Mothers Research Team and the Responsible Endowments Coalition. Awaaz did not gain recognition from the SGB. And now, the winners: Chair: Devora Aharon, CC […]
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The Gray Lady‘s Freakonomics blog included a post this morning about our very own beloved Sarah Dooley. The poster, Ian Ayres predicted: “she is going to make it big. I’m not sure how, but remember you heard it here first.” False. We actually started praising Dooley’s hilarious YouTube series, AndSarah, about a year ago. Dooley […]
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The first good off-campus Flex news in a while: Wondee Siam V, the Thai restaurant right across the street from that other Thai restaurant on 108th and Amsterdam, is currently accepting Flex. This Flex development came “a few weeks earlier than planned” according to Michael Novelli, and is sure to delight all those who prefer […]
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