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After giving you the first half of the USenate election candidates, we present you with the rest–again in the chronological order in which we got their responses.  You can also get more of their character in our super official Debate LiveBwog.  Please also note that Cameron Demsey, who was announced in the original list, has […]

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We’re pleased to introduce you to half of your USenate candidates.  We did the honors of asking ’em all the same questions and present them to you in the order in which we received responses.  Read on, get informed, and get ready to vote.  We will have another post later with the remaining candidates.  Voting […]

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As we announced earlier, after an interesting turn of events, there will be a direct election for the University Senate.  There will be a debate in the Lerner Satow Room on Sunday from 4:30-5:30 pm and polls will open next Wednesday.  The candidate list has just been announced and is as follows: Conor Skelding Alexander Andresian Yassamin Issapour David Kang David Froomkin Marc Heinrich […]

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Update: Looks like Columbia won! Bwog is a big fan of self-referential jokes, so we can’t help but be amused by big and important law students making fools of themselves for the approval of their peers. Since you know you wanted an excuse not to start that final paper anyway, head over here and check out […]

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