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Once upon a time, coyotes roamed our fair campus. Now the wild canines have migrated to faraway Queens County. (Gothamist) It sounds like a dream, knowing precisely when the next subway will arrive. Now, thanks to Alex Bell, a SEAS grad student, there’s an app for that. (NY1) Richard Paul Richman (what a name!), alum […]

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Columbia University health economist says weight gain in pregnancy can predispose you to obesity, opens a whole new realm of “yo mama” jokes. Columbia’s National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse claims that 27 percent of public high and middle schools are just cesspools of gang activity and drug trafficking. In other news, street cred […]

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Fight about cabs no more! (NYT) Apple continues to take over the electronic world. (NY Daily News) The Times reviews Thursday’s concert in honor of Helmut Lachenmann. Coyote Update: violence among canids. (Gothamist)

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Crime goes up. (Gothamist) A crane goes down. (NY1) Met Opera budget goes up. (NYT) MTA budget goes down. (NY Post) Coyote population goes up (even more!). (NY Mag) Lights go down. (NY Daily News)

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Professor and former Provost and Dean of Faculties Jonathan Cole discusses why no one knows that American universities are the “envy of the world.” (WNYC) The Times reviews Ralph Towner and Paolo Fresu at the Italian Academy on Wednesday. Researchers at the Medical School study a cocaine vaccine. (Spec) Propaganda? (NYT) Coyote phones home. (NYT) […]

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Urban canines visiting Chelsea are mistaken for cross-dressing prostitutes. (NY Mag) Trader Joe’s not so secretly joins the influx of grocery stores on the UWS. (Westside Independent) Obama could make Columbia Professor Michael Woodford the new Donald Kohn. (Reuters) Reagan’s face threatens Ulysses S. Grant’s. (LA Times) Repression can lead to all kinds of problems. […]

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Snow the Sequel

Bwog loves nothing more than snow. Take a little time out of the day to appreciate its many manifestations of beauty. A slavic languages professor wringing out his hat in front of the elevator: “Oh dear, oh God almighty, I am wet from the snow.” The tables outside of Kent have been overturned… by snowy […]

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It returns! Back by popular demand, Bwog brings you Saturday Morning Cartoons. Sit back with your bowl o’ Cookie Crisp and revisit your inner child.

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Our four-legged friends took a field trip to Central Park yesterday, and wound up all over the internet. (Urban Hawks) The Royal Shakespeare Company will ply the bard’s trade during a month-long residency at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2011. (NYT) The MTA figured out that the F train was slow, so, naturally, it […]

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Coyotes were spotted on campus yesterday; local news channel seemed amused that we seem amused about it. (WABC-TV) Mayor Bloomberg receives over 8,000 letters a month, and every one gets a response. (NYPost) The G Train has talented conductors. (Gothamist) Your favorite economics professor Sunil Gulati was re-elected yesterday as the U.S. Soccer Federation president. […]

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