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Bwoglines: About Time Edition

Researchers combine their love of Harry Potter with a possible revolution in the fishing industry: invisibility fishnets. (The Register) Those equal signs on your Facebook are only going to keep popping up, because the Supreme Court is discussing DOMA today. (Chicago Tribune) Obama appoints Julia Pierson as the first female head of the Secret Service. […]

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CSI Columbia: The Case of the Tape-y Flagpole

To the distraught and distressed, Take heart! The day has finally come. Wave goodbye to sleepless nights and weird, stress-induced rashes. Take a deep breath, hold it in for a moment, then exhale. It’s over. The mystery of one campus flagpole, that is. Oh, you thought we were talking about midterms? Awkward. But dramatic intros […]

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