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Because everyone is alive and thriving early on a Sunday morning, some people were able to catch a Knicks scrimmage at Levien Gym this morning. Bwog was tipped that there was a “hella long line” out in front of the gym this morning around 10:30 am waiting to enter the gym and watch. The team […]

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The Knicks’ Tyson Chandler reminds us that one man’s weak defense is another man’s sweet new trophy—and also why it’s important to write acceptance speeches ahead of time. (NYDN) Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson reminds us that there’s a difference between elaboration and fabrication on your résumé; we’re still waiting on that CCE workshop. (Daily Intel) […]

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Office hours: they’re the best! For the latest in our ongoing series of professor interviews, Sam Schube spoke with old Bwog favorite Bruce Robbins. While you might know him from that one essay you skimmed for University Writing (that’d be “The Sweatshop Sublime”), Robbins is a man of many interests—chief among them plumbing and the […]

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