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Bwoglines: Rejection Edition

Yesterday, President Obama vetoed a bill pushing forward the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. (New York Times) Canadian customs wouldn’t allow Chris Brown to enter the country, and people on Twitter seem to think Drake is behind it. (Complex) Reddit, one of the main websites involved in the celebrity nudes leak last fall, has finally […]

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Columbia Students Protest in DC

This afternoon, a group of Columbia students will be protesting at the White House against the signing of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Columbia Democrats in particular have advertised the non-violent protest. Bwog received a tip that there are currently over 500 students chained to the White House fence, including at least 20 Columbia students. […]

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