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We at Bwog are big on celebrations—or anything that involves party hats, really. So when a tipster spotted the following sign outside Mel’s, we couldn’t help but wonder who exactly “The Boss” is (Bruce himself?) and whether or not we’re invited… Although we were initially disappointed to find out that the party isn’t in honor […]

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Bwog’s Zeitgeist Correspondent Jason Donenfeld snapped these pictures of the crowds at Ground Zero last night. Check out his full gallery of pictures and videos. Update (May 3): In light of the debates going on in the comments, we thought this piece on student reactions across the country might be of interest.

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Feel like celebrating something this weekend? Is that thing women? And also leadership? Conveniently for you, then, Barnard is hosting its inaugural “Athena Film Festival:  A Celebration of Women and Leadership” today through Sunday. Although the film screenings aren’t free, they’re cheap (most tickets are $5).  Plus, after it’s over, you’ll get to tell people […]

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Adjust your bookmarks, tell your friends. Wahoo!

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Today marks the 200th birthday of Frédéric Chopin, but you already knew that from Music Hum, didn’t you? To celebrate, there will be three hours of straight Chopin music in Lerner Piano Lounge from 3 pm to 6 pm as well as free cookies and more.

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