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Bwoglines: Causing a Ruckus Edition

A New York resident was arrested yesterday and charged with planning to build and detonate bombs across the city. (NYTimes) They squabbled and squawked, but the congressional supercommittee charged with resolving the debt crisis just couldn’t do it. Even after they asked for an extension from their UWriting Professor President. (Bloomberg) Occypy Wall Street, after […]

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Bwoglines: Competition Edition

Thanks to the Common App switch, Columbia may be the second most selective Ivy this year, after only Harvard. This has purportedly scared Harvard and Princeton into reinstating their early admissions plans. (Daily Beast, Harvard Crimson, Daily Princetonian) Columbia students, representing the Student Global AIDS campaign,  plan to protest House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s speech at Harvard.  (WaPo) […]

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Conor Skelding covers the last of three hearings hosted by USenate’s Task Force on Military Engagement, held yesterday evening in Altschul Auditorium. These hearings present official forums for discussion on ROTC’s return to campus, and will influence the Task Force’s final report to the USenate. Update: With these hearings now concluded, let us know what impact […]

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