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Very fittingly, Halloween this year lands on a Monday when most of us feel like semi-functional, hungover zombies from a weekend of regrettable revelries and moral degradation. While most people would have no problem resuming their human form, some are just not ready for real-world responsibilities and a gazillion haunting problem sets due next week. […]

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Pfft… you don’t have midterms next week! Or at least you can pretend you don’t whilst taking in some of the amazing sights and sounds of Morningside’s arts scene. If you would like readers to escape their realities at your events, please e-mail us at events@bwog.com. Thursday French Film: Qui m’aime me suive, East Gallery, Buell […]

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All is not textbooks and review sessions–blow off midterm steam in the city. It’s why you’re here! Friday Shhhhh! 9pm-6am 3LD Art & Technology Center 80 Greenwich St (212.645.0374) It’s a party, and you’ll come if you want to!  Want to support 3-Legged Dog, that is, an experimental theater group.  It’s an open bar with […]

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