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Vampire Weekend once wrote a song. It mentioned a falafel place not too far from here. Musical anthropologist Lauren Beltrone investigated. “Sing next year in Jerusalem/You know—the one at 103rd and Broadway…” Ok Ezra, if you insist. Aside from being brilliant, Vampire Weekend’s newest album “Vampires of the City” also includes a local restaurant recommendation […]

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Bwog’s Infrastructural Warfare Correspondent Megan McGregor braved the snowstorm on Wednesday to report on Prof. Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkia’s lecture in the IAB. On Wednesday evening, as we all know and enjoyed, classes and campus activities were cancelled due to the severe winter weather.  Still, 707 IAB was packed with many shivering and damp individuals.  Professor Nadera […]

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