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Posts Tagged with "‘i’m going to write about you’ is the scariest thing any writer can say to you"

Leo Bevilacqua recounts a true bizarre happening that occurred between the hours of 6 and 7 in the morning last Tuesday, not far from 116th and Broadway.  Heading to an early morning class at Equinox, I left McBain sometime around 6:30 AM. It was a chilly morning, and I was bundled in a warm pullover. Particularly […]

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Next in our East Campus Archetype series: didn’t anyone tell this arts student that this is where the serious students hang out? The struggle of not knowing how to tell out-of-place creative types to take their poetry someplace else, presented by Betsy Ladyzhets. You’re heading to the Law Library when you spot her. She’s lying […]

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