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Bwoglines: Same Old, Same Old Edition

More suspicious packages. (Gothamist) Another Staten Island Ferry crash. (City Room) Emma Watson likes Brown. (Vanity Fair) Oh, and don’t respond to that phishing email everyone’s getting from the “COLUMBIA Webmail Maintenance Unit”.

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Last Stop for the Watson Rumor Train

Put down the wands – a wizard will not be joining the Columbia community in the fall. Multiple tipsters alerted us (with startling quickness) to Emma Watson finally going on the record about her Ivy destination. And yes, as predicted, Brown won this battle. Guess we’ll have to settle for the White House.

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AltSpec: Still Waiting on Word From Hermione

The “will-she-or-won’t-she?” over Emma Watson’s possible matriculation at Columbia continues, much to our tipsters’ agony. Last week, co-star Daniel Radcliffe appeared to let the secret out when he told the Guardian “she’s going to Brown!” However, other gossip blogs, despite access to Google News, continue to assert that she will be coming to New York […]

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