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USenate Plenary: Sex, Money, and Death

Here’s a recap of Friday’s USenate plenary session, in which they discuss sex, money, and death, the three things you “shouldn’t” bring up at a dinner party.

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Bwoglines: Uncomfortable Politicians

Another college ranking! CU ranks #2 on Forbes’ list (of America’s Most Expensive Colleges)! Cause for celebration? You decide! (Forbes) Wireless carriers have formed a deal with the city to bring cell phone service to the subway, maybe. (NYT) The enterprising performer known as the Naked Cowboy, a.k.a. Robert John Burck, is expected to announce […]

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Elsewhere in the Ivy League: Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems

The first Ivy League fees for next year have been set: Princeton has ra ised total fees to $43,980 while keeping tuition at $33,000. Interesting tidbit: currently, Columbia is the most expensive Ivy ($45,444, as your parents likely know), followed by Penn and Harvard. Columbia will announce next year’s tuition in June, last of all the […]

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Yes. Colombia accepted about 250 more students this year. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 28, 2020
Actually, no. It's about the same number as usual, with an anticipated yield of about 60% -- meaning that of (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 27, 2020
Hi Bwog, does the 6.1% admission rate signify the overall admission rate for 2024 (ED + RD)? Thanks. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 27, 2020
Congratulations! Wow, Columbia really increased its class size significantly this year and accepted many more students than usual. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 27, 2020

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