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Bwoglines: Concerning Times

Apologies for the delay; Bwog’s hungover. World leaders continue to debate  taking action in Syria because, well quite frankly. (NYTimes, The Onion) JPMorgan has decided to stop making student loans.  Can we decide to stop paying too-high tuitions? (Reuters) Many of the final artifacts have been put in place at the September 11 Museum. (USAToday) […]

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Waking Up With Bwog: Thirsty Thursday

Moooornin y’all, A+ work on getting Beta shut down before midnight.  The war on fun: it’s real!  Now get some coffee, pancakes, and ginger ale and get ready for more activities. Today’s Highlights: Charting the Course (BC), 9:30-11 am, Held Lecture Hall/304 Barnard Hall.  Learn how to learn. Being a Transfer Student at Barnard, 10 […]

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Drink Yourself Famous

He already made it rain, now, in anticipation to get Hardcore, he’s going to make it pour. Tonight at 9pm Pat Blute invites you to join him at the Village Pourhouse (located on Amsterdam between 108th and 109th) where he will be getting his drink on and filming his version of Katy Perry’s jam Last Friday Night for […]

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