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Earlier this afternoon, we received a tip that name tags on the doors of Asian students living in EC, Schapiro, and other dorms had been ripped off. Students affected were both Asian-American and international, but the perpetrators seemed to focus on name tags appearing distinctly non-Western. This vandalism began earlier this semester in EC as the vandals ripped […]

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An anonymous Bwog tipster has forwarded us the following farewell email, which details the departure of Dr. Ajay Nair (right), Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Office of Multicultural Affairs. Dr. Nair will be returning to UPenn (where he was Director of the Pan-Asian American Community House) to serve as Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs.  So […]

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