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From Australia to Louisiana, citizens are pushing for government action. Editor’s Warning: Violence and Death. 

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Columbia’s Maison Francaise is continuing its film series with The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. Editor’s note: mentions of death, violence.

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Learn about a Leap Day newspaper, high-tech MTA cameras, and more in today’s edition of Bwoglines!

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The remains of a 19th century vessel have mysteriously appeared on the shore of Cape Ray.

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Did someone say new subways?

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Staff Writer Aditi Misra interviews students, campus organizations and local activist groups on the recent MTA fare evasion policy.

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We are constantly being surveilled, which should come as no surprise to you. Even as you stand on the downtown-bound platform at 116 Street – Columbia University (in the City of New York), awaiting the rumbling, forceless approach of the 1 train, you should feel a prickling on your neck. And when you notice the […]

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Several traveling tipsters have reported the awesome new MTA app will make your downtown ventures that much easier. The MTA Subway Time app basically displays the exact same information that’s on the overhead station clocks—the projected train arrival times, including any delays—except on your phone. As the helpful image to the right illustrates, you can see […]

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