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Bwoglines: L is for the Way You Look at Me Edition

L is for the way you look at me (NY Times) O is for the only one I see V is very, very extraordinary (NY Times) E is even more than anyone that you adore and Love is all that I can give to you (Buzzfeed) Love is more than just a game for two […]

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Bwoglines: Forever Alone Edition

To get off to a bright start: some think that it might not be that bad to be alone. Become part of the debate on the pros and cons of living solo. (NYT) After you make your decision and fall into inevitable despair, New York tells you how to drink tonight based on your personal […]

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Boringside Heights: Valentines Edition

It’s that season again, when savvy organizations try to use your warm and fuzzy emotions to rake in some cold hard cash. There’s a strong showing this year– but who does it best?

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More inaccurate sensationalism. Columbia will be using and taking bids from Union and non union construction workers. https://neighbors.columbia.edu/sites/default/files/content/MWL%20Reports/Pavarini%20McGovern%20Bid%20Opportunity%20Residential%20Building.pdf (read more)
Columbia To Use Non-Union Labor For Manhattanville Dorm Construction, Carpenters Union (NYCDCC) Protests
September 25, 2020
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