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Several nights ago, I wronged the good people at the Hartley Hospitality Desk. This is my confession and plea for forgiveness.

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Long Island University-Brooklyn has locked professors out of their offices and university emails and have canceled their health insurance coverage after the University and its faculty did not come to an agreement on a union contract. (New York Times) According to CNN, although voters find Donald Trump’s immigration policies unfavorable, they’re not quite sure whether […]

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Dear Bwog, I got locked out of my room after showering. Again. With running mascara rivaling the Corpse Bride, I trudged down to the Hospitality Desk. That’s the fifth time this week. This has got to stop. Frustrated, Tim Burton Extra Dear Tim Burton Extra, We promise the Hospitality folks are unfazed. They’ve probs seen […]

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