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Happy first day of classes! To those of you with an 8:40, we salute you. To the rest of you, check out what’s going on today in our Bwoglines. Happening in the world: If natural disasters weren’t enough, Wang Naiyan, a senior researcher on China’s nuclear weapons program, warned that nuclear tests could cause a North […]

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HEADS UP: TODAY IS THE ECOREPS GREEN SALE!! 9 am-4 pm in the Wien Lounge!! Go get that mini fridge!!!!! Happening in the world: While it remains unconfirmed that North Korea set off a hydrogen bomb, experts from China and South Korea said that the explosion caused an underground blast that is four to sixteen times more […]

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Over four months since the project’s announcement, Columbia EcoReps revealed their beautiful new composter, which resides in the basement of Ruggles. Lovingly dubbed The Rocket, the composter is a first for urban universities and colleges in America. It will start out feeding on scraps from John Jay, then, just like a freshman, upgrade to adult […]

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