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Outdoor seating for the win! Editor’s warning: mention of gun violence.

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Ahead of Sunday’s general election in Brazil, experts Frances Hagopian, José Scheinkman, and Brian Winter participated in a panel discussion and Q&A session on democracy in the nation, recent polling data, and potential election outcomes, and Brazil’s economic and political future.

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Let this serve as a reminder for the upcoming midterm elections and your looming midterm exams.

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New York’s really dumping eight feet of landfill on top of a park?

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On Wednesday night, Columbia Global Centers hosted a virtual panel as the first in a series of Amerfrican Dialogue and the fourth in a series of Brazil-Peru meetings on Black women, decoloniality, and activism in Latin America. Bwog Staffer Obutor Ogonor covers the event.

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  Literal: Dung beetles apparently use the Milky Way to guide their poo-hauling journeys. Maybe they could bring some here to unclog McBain toilets? (Reuters) Potential: Rumors that the iPad 4 is coming are already coming. Apparently the new model features a revolutionary change: a larger memory. *gasp* (CNET) Figurative: As sanctions increase, so do fears of cannibalism […]

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