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#TBT To When Columbia’s President Became America’s President

While the highest-polling Republican candidate right now may look a lot like our University president, back in 1952, the president of Columbia University was actually elected president of the United States. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who had been university president since 1948 on the date of his election in 1952, had spent a lot of his […]

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Bwoglines: Survival In The Face Of Insurmountable Challenges Edition

This young couple in Afghanistan is willing to risk it all to be together. (NYT) LSD ain’t coke but it’s still one hell of a drug, seeing as it hasn’t been used in a scientific study for about 40 years… until now.  Far out. (Gawker) Colombia’s former president (no, not Eisenhower) has just been elected to […]

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