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PSA: Bring The Thanksgiving Cheer

Of the many Holidays in the Gregorian calendar, none gets the short end of the stick more than Thanksgiving. Wedged between Halloween and Christmas, this cause for celebration exists between when rotting Jack O’ Lanterns are thrown out and when pine trees are strung with lights. This year, Bwog daily Leo Bevilacqua wants more Thanksgiving spirit. Despite Thanksgiving’s sordid […]

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Bwoglines: Decisions, Decisions Edition

The Landmarks Preservation commission has still to make a decision on whether or not to build boundaries that encompass Morningside Heights, after much pressure from the Morningside Heights Historic District Committee. (Spec) Fox has decided to choose Netflix as its platform on which they will release a new season of Arrested Development in 2013. (The […]

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Bwoglines: Reflection Edition

Does this hyperambitious SAT beasting, global citizen remind you of… you? At the very least, it probably sounds like one of your suitemates and the guy you’re sitting next to in class right now, too. You are all participating in aggressive intellectual capital hoarding, FYI. (NYT) Now that doesn’t mean we don’t understand it was a […]

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