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Half of the nation cheered for victory, while the other half sighed in defeat. It was approximately quarter past eleven last night, and networks predicted Obama had won the election as Ohio swung left. On our own campus, cheers erupted at the CPU’s viewing on the steps of Low. Anybody living under a rock or […]

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The most recent World Leaders Forum event was a debate between the economic advisers of each of this year’s candidates to the presidency. Perpetual pseudoeconomist Artur Renault attended and wrote: When I told a friend from outside of school that I was going to watch a debate between Obama’s and Romney’s economic advisers, he knew […]

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Temporarily, at least. The leader of the free world is currently fielding questions on in what is called an AMA (ask me anything) post. He may not be the first Columbia grad to host an AMA, but he the first scorned-alum-turned-President that Bwog’s fact checkers can find. Youth vote, check. UPDATE 1: Looks like all of […]

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