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Bwoglines: Drawing Comparisons Edition

Another shooting of a young black male took place in Wisconsin this week; of course, comparisons are drawn to the controversial Trayvon Martin case. (HuffPo) Who would have thought: the rich are getting richer. (Washington Post) Striking a balance between responsibility and liberty will be key to the Supreme Court’s upholding of Obamacare. (NYT) There’s a […]

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Free Food: Mario Batali Edition

Just kidding! This is a lecturehop, but it did involve mountains of Mario’s creations. Bwog’s favorite foodie, Brian Donahoe, was there. Thursday evening, Bwog passed through the ever-enticing yet forbidding door of Casa Italiana, and after making it past security and up an imposing marble staircase took a seat in the Italian Academy’s fabled ballroom […]

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The Dems Are Trying to Feed You

The Activist Council of CU Dems are hosting a discussion with Professor Dorian Warren (CULPA gold nugget recipient) today at 5pm in Kent 628. There will be free food accompanied by discussion of labor issues and unions. Classy proto-hippies via Wikimedia Commons.

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