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Last week, we saved potentially spilled salsa with the guys from Salsabol, and sang soulfully with Tara Priya. This week, Colin Drummond, CC’09, buys a house…on TV. We’ll be posting a few stories about enterprising alums this week and next. If you know an alum doing something worth writing about, tell us at tips@bwog.com. Colin […]

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The UWS’s first protected bike lanes are coming to Columbus Avenue between 96th and 77th Streets. Full Metal Jacket star Michael Modine and NYT‘s Ethicist Randy Cohen are pleased. Infamously unpleasant people doing unpleasant things: Barnard prof Georgette Fleischer is joined by Anna Wintour in a quest to keep New York City quiet. Former Fruit […]

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This just in: Colin Drummond’s CC ’09 Campaign will use 10% fewer posters after promising a poster-less campaign.  This is coming after Mark Johnson, current CC ’09 Vice President, submitted a rules violation due to early publication of this website.  The Elections Board felt that the violation was “not malicious, intentional, or fundamentally unfair,” so […]

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