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Bwoggers love cool city stuff, so we couldn’t miss out on Columbia’s exhibit on Frank Llyod Wright. Staffers Jack Treanor and Bella Tincher went over this week to ponder buildings, urban decay, and suburban ideals. In 2012 the entire collected works, papers, and models of the famous American architect was turned over to Columbia and […]

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Depending on how good you are at working the registration system, you’re probably almost done with your first week of the new semester. Give yourself a pat on the back (unless you have Friday classes, in which case you should look up at the dark sky and scream, “why?!”). Though the week’s not quite over, […]

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