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Bwog In Bed: Horsin’ Around Edition

Finals season–fun, or focus? What is it really about? We’d lean towards the former. You can study, and still have a lot of fun, too. Even if you aren’t winning the Kentucky Derby like this horse, you can *win* at finals season with our gnarly study tips below. Bwogline: A horse named Nyquist (Nyquil? no) […]

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May Day Talk at Sundial

Today at noon, a group of people from all walks of Columbia life gathered together at the sundial to listen to Eric Foner inaugurate May Day or International Workers Day. The May Day strikers are heading downtown, so be sure to follow them.

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Bwoglines: Cryptic Rhymes Edition

Jeffrey Sachs takes a pot shot. (Business Insider) Bloomberg’s “apple green” Boro taxis get some second thought. (NYT CityRoom) Police brace themselves for the May Day havoc sure to be wrought. (NYMag) The J-School scores $2 million; digital media stuff/innovation will be bought. (Capital) International students’ financial aid: very little. Their tuition contributions? A lot. (Spec) Bwog in […]

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