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No Money, Mo’ Problems

As you rolled out of bed this Friday, we know there was only one thing on your mind: the Doritos spilled all over your room the mysterious hat you found in your bed if seabirds can digest seawater and if they can’t then how do they find fresh water the CCSC budget. Us too. Namely, […]

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New ABC Board Elected

Yesterday, the new ABC executive board was elected! The ABC funds (non-political, -spiritual, or -activist) student groups on campus. It’s the opposite of SGB. Winners are below. Congratulations! Start groveling for money folks. President: Daniel Brown, CC ’12 VP: John O’Shea, CC ’13 Treasurer: Chloe Ruan, SEAS ’13 Secretary: Christine Byun, CC ’14

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They’re Hiring!

It’s helpful to have a job when you’re a broke college student – preferably one that doesn’t require you to take the subway. To help you out on your quest for employment, we did a little legwork and found out who’s hiring in Morningside. Ricky’s (114th & Bway) is looking for all positions, including stylists. […]

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Bwoglines: Students and Teachers Edition

Mark Rudd, a student leader in the 1968 riots, speaks out about burning 10 years of a professor’s work. (NPR) Some retired NYC teachers get over $100,000/year in pensions. (NYPost) The number of black students enrolled in esteemed NYC schools dropped by 10% under Bloomberg’s watch. (NYDaily) Taxis will start offering a ride-sharing service on […]

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