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You’ll have to wait till January 13th to find out why anyone would choose Lerner as a pickup point for a sketchy package, but until then you can watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt run up the ramps and be threatened by a dirty cop by College Walk. The trailer for Premium Rush is out!

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1020 groupies rejoice! That booth where you had one too many tinis is now famous. The latest prep school misfits movie, The Art of Getting By, stars Emma Roberts (the one from Aquamarine—which maybe made you tear up that one time) and the Wes Anderson look-alike from the trippy version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Isn’t […]

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The beautiful people of Gossip Girl have been here before. And they’re here again, this time in and outside of Riverside Church. Apparently they’ve been filming since Tuesday, from 6 am to 10 pm. That means you’ve got the rest of tonight plus Thursday and Friday to gawk to your heart’s content.

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Holy shit, Kofi and Lee just walked up Low Steps like it was no big deal. Bwog is kvelling!

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 Image via Esquire.com What would you get if you fused the classic elegance of James Bond with the hip-hop style of Pharrell Williams? According to Dan Trepanier, you’d get… Well, him. Trepanier, CC ’09, is a semifinalist in Esquire’s “Best Dressed Real Man” online contest, where readers vote for their favorite 21st century Beau Brummell. […]

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