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Design for America is holding an End of Semester Conversation/Celebration from 7:30 to 8:30 in 504 Diana. Design teams will be presenting their work from the semester with administrators and professional designers in attendance. Bwog was promised catering, but the particular cuisine was not mentioned; if you attend, let us know the goods at tips@bwog.com! […]

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Well not Revson Plaza, really. What do you call that spot on the EC/SIPA/Law School plaza that’s right behind the Law School and looks down into the Wien courtyard? As of sometime in 2011, you’ll call it the fancy new Law School extension, and if you have Law Library privileges, you’ll call it “the reading […]

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That’s right, Urban Outfitters has officially landed in the Upper West Side–on Broadway near 100th street. It’s still above 96th. That means it’s close! This is sure to give the 110th-based American Apparel a run for its money in the formerly uncontested onesie/bodysuit market (Playboy Bunny costume sales from Ricky’s don’t count). But if you were […]

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