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If you haven’t heard, there’s a hurricane approaching New York, and it has shut down MTA and postponed NSOP and Move-In. Since Bwog never strays from Morningside, we’ll be wandering sadly through the rain, keeping you updated on what the scene is in the neighborhood. If you have any observations, picture, quotes, or musings on […]

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If you were planning on studying, or catching a quick nap between classes, or hosting your Free Weezy fan fiction club meeting tonight around 6 in the Davis Auditorium of the Schapiro Center, we’d advise you to reconsider. The Heyman Center is hosting an “Egypt Arising” event, and we hear it’ll be pretty crowded. For those […]

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In a remarkable failure of unregulated supply and demand, an estimated 160 people showed up for the lecture “Taking Stock of (Analytical) Marxism,” which was held in a common room at the Heyman Center for the Humanities with a legal capacity of 80 persons. Bwog’s Katheryn Thayer squeezed in. The EC entrance, usually congested by […]

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