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For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll: Farah Griffin

Trawling the weddings section of The New York Times, Bwog found out that Columbia’s very own Farah Griffin was married last Saturday.  She teaches English, comparative literature, and African-American studies.  She also directs the Institute for Research in African American Studies here and has written several books about jazz musicians. The lucky man is Prof. […]

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QuickSpec: The Mantle of Change Edition

Obamacain economic advisers hold debate in a Columbia economic forum.  This part is brought to you by Aleve. Obamacain healthcare advisers hold debate in a Columbia healthcare forum.  This part is brought to you by Mylanta. Housing says bid farewell to your VingCard and its cutout Starbucks doppelganger. Change at African Institute brings instant success. […]

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