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We thought only McBain was vulnerable. We were wrong. In the spirit of finals, the ceiling of Carman 714’s bathroom decided to just give up. Bwog’s analysis of the dirt splatter suggests that no one was hurt, but it’s difficult to know for sure. To be safe, we suggest wearing proper safety equipment and visiting […]

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Oh wait, no. Sheetrock is falling. Late this past Friday night, the ceiling of a McBain double inexplicably fell while one of the room’s occupants watched in terror. The sheetrock fell onto one of the roommate’s desk, bed and shattered her phone. Luckily, both of the sophomores are alright, though probably traumatized by McBain doing what […]

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Everybody Calm Down!

As you may or may not have heard, some housing news has surfaced: EC Exclusion Suites are no more. So if you’re a freshman or sophomore who was banking on a high rise suite at five for the price of three (inhabitants : lottery numbers, that is), you might be sobbing uncontrollably, or carving “McBain… […]

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Bwog received this e-mail from a tipster concerned about the level of the threat the ongoing deluge: Dear Residents of 604 & 606 West 114th Street, Due to the heavy rains we are currently experiencing some water penetration into the lounge area in the basement. The laundry machines remain available for use. Please note that […]

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