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Bwoglines: ‘I Sleigh’ Edition

Niall Horan told a British outlet that the on-hiatus group, One Direction, will reunite in the near future. The extended hiatus that began earlier this year allowed individual band members to pursue solo careers. (Yahoo) Beyoncé has released a line of Christmas-themed merch. Unfortunately, the design depicting the pile of coal filling Jay Z’s stocking stuffer did […]

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Electroacoustics With Parisian Composer Francesca Verunelli

Bwog loves good music. We love good music reviews, too. Last night, we sent Ross Chapman to Miller Theater, to cover a concert with French composer Francesca Verunelli. Listen…or read on… “In a strange uneven evenness, strange things arise.” Thus Miller Theater’s program explains the modern music of the modern European composer Francesca Verunelli. Last […]

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Houses And Homes: Montreux, Switzerland

We’re continuing our annual Houses and Homes series with another Bwogger’s vacation destination. Ross Chapman ran off to Switzerland for a little while and wishes he had a better camera. If you want to show off your summer house, awesome room, or favorite bowling alley, send a picture and five-sensed description to tips@bwog.com.  Where: Montreux, Switzerland–a […]

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Bwoglines: After a Storm Comes a Calm Edition

As Obama drama earns Barnard and Columbia coverage from the “real media” (or at least other blogs), residents of the small town of Barnard Castle (yes, complete with castle) grapple with more pastoral problems, like an unidentified humming sound. (Gothamist, Darlington & Stockton Times) Rush Limbaugh issues an apology to the Georgetown Law student he […]

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LectureHop: Why Europe Matters

Yesterday, the Europe Institute at SIPA, the oldest institution in United States higher learning dedicated to the study of Europe, was re-inaugurated as the “Donald and Vera Blinken Europe Institute.” Amidst the crackers, champagne, and self-congratulations, Antony Blinken, National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden, spoke of the diminishing focus on Europe within America and why […]

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Let’s Go Europe

Europe is scary! For those of you considering a summer romp through the continental continent, Caitlyn Levin, an Actual European, details her journey through Europe and describes the workings of the mysterious Eurail system. The cultured man’s choo-choo train. If you’re thinking about traveling around Europe this summer, you’ve probably already heard the term “Eurail” […]

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Consider a Semi-Permanent Break from the Morningside Bubble

Hang on to your hats, folks. The Study Abroad Fair is today! If you’re at all interested in leaving “Upstate Manhattan” for a semester or two, head over to the fair in Roone Auditorium at 12:30 p.m.. Are French home-stays as awkward as everyone says they are? Where’s the best place to meet cute Italian […]

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Run, Run As Fast As You Can (Across Europe)

What are your travel plans for the summer? All proud of the money you saved to travel to the country/continent of your dreams? Well, Ryan Johns CC ’09 will see your trip and raise you: he’s traveling across Europe, and staying in shape! Yes, Johns, a former cross country team member, is running across Europe.”I […]

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