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Interested in running for mayor? Have a record? Christine Quinn, Bill de Blasio and Scott Stringer are among the prospective candidates touting their arrest records for civil disobedience. Even former mastermind Bill Clinton knows it’s not always “a question of did he inhale or not” (NYT) To solve the city’s growing litter problem, the MTA […]

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“Neeew York, New Yooork” is where everyone’s making news of late. A 23-foot high, bronze teddy bear slumped under a black bedside lamp will be on display for five months in midtown Manhattan from next week. It’s selling for $9 million dollars. (WSJ) A New York City teacher has been arrested after colleagues complained that […]

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Bwoglines: A Melange

That means “a motley assortment of things.” Seatbelts, everyone! Gulati says the U.S team was “capable of more” in the World Cup. Columbia is a partner in a jargon-y, confusing government project called the “NYC Media Lab.” Breaking: James Franco is self-important. He is also an artist. Joseph Stiglitz makes $109,919 a year is the […]

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Remember how Bill Clinton was going to maybe speak at CC Class Day? Well, he isn’t, but he will be speaking at the Public Health School’s Graduation at New Balance Track & Field Arena on 168th Street. Hubba hubba! The complete Graduation/Class Day/Commencement hullabaloo calendar has just been released for CC, GS and the School […]

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Eva Suarez attends a plenary session of the Clinton Global Initiative, feels poor. This week marked the fifth annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative — in other words, what the former President spends his time on when he’s not jetsetting with pretty ladies or hobnobbing with Kim Jong II. Clinton provides a forum for […]

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Maybe we’re just better?  For the world, comedians. For Columbia, ex-Presidents!  Wednesdays = entirely superfluous. Ask, Don’t Tell–Columbia administrators riding high Support the team, not the record Urinetown! Urinetown! Urinetown!

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Seemingly the only Columbia heroes missing from Roone Arledge Auditorium today were Jeffrey Sachs and John Jay — though both were certainly at the Havel/Clinton/PrezBo prestige-aganza in spirit. In an event that vindicated CUArts’ alumni donation siphoning existence, the two former world leaders touched on both fighting TB and the Federalist Papers during their conversation, loosely based […]

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Dems heart Bill

If you happened to be watching Fox News this morning at 8:15 AM–because that’s how Bwog likes to wake up–you might have seen a group of students with big signs behind the cameras. And if you looked closely enough, you would have seen a couple of  Columbia faces: Dems member Nathan Morgante, CC ’09, and […]

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