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Bwoglines: The Highs And The Lows Edition

Yesterday the Baltimore Orioles and the Chicago White Sox played for an empty stadium. The current riots in Baltimore lead to the closure of the park to the public. The players were left to play in an incredibly somber environment. The Orioles prevailed for their city winning 8-2. (Bleacher Report) Uber is suing the city […]

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Hillary Clinton On Campus For 18th Annual Dinkins Forum

This sunny and warm morning has blessed us with another gift: 2016 Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived on campus to give her keynote address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership Forum earlier this morning. Students en route to class have stopped to take pictures with or of the former First Lady, and her […]

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Bwoglines: Deals and Compromises Edition

The world will have to compromise with Jeet playing DH after his stunning walk off hit on Thursday against the Orioles. We love you, Captain! RE2PECT. (SB Nation) The UN and Palestine continue fighting over Israel. (NY Times) Russia and Ukraine make deals over gas. Who do you think would win in a fight: Viktor […]

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