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Poorly-edited magazine Seventeen is coming to a MySpace near you! In the form of “15 freshman girls” (omg, misnomer!- Ed) who will be blogging all the “juicy details” from their first year at school! The girls will be writing about everything from like, classes or whatever, to like, how to break up with your high […]

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And he actually acknowledges he went to Columbia (look under education).  Maybe he loves us after all.   – Thanks to Eric Ruben for the tip 

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New York Magazine has been collecting a little senior wisdom of its own, polling 100 of this year’s grads on issues ranging from the great books to Hillary’s judgment of our generation. Bwog is skeptical of some of the responses: 28% of you expect to make over a quarter million a year in a decade? […]

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