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Update, 4 pm: Spec’s EIC and Managing Editor have posted a statement addressing the disconnect between the information in their story “CUCR plans to invite Ahmadinejad to campus” and the response from CUCR. They write, “Before we included that information, [CUCR] group leadership said that the documents were authentic, though the intention behind their statements […]

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As of 8:52 this morning, Bwog regrets to inform you that Columbia is still open. At 6:17 this morning an e-mail went out saying that everything would be open on its regular schedule. Don’t give up hope though, if conditions worsen, school could close. Keep checking Bwog and call 212-854-1754 for regular updates. However, that […]

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Any business operator knows that if you kill your rival, you might get his customers. It’s just that who knew Mr. Softee was so cutthroat? (Gothamist) If you drink and drive, bad things may happen. Luckily for you, you’ll be drunk, so everything will be fine. (Reuters) If Teachers College says Bloomberg has no right […]

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Well we’re giving them some anyway in light of the dapper gentleman they’ve chosen as their poster child (maybe Andy Samberg helped pick out the picture?). Oh, and their catchphrase is kinda clever in an inadvertently self-negating kind of way… Also featured on CUCR posters for Friday’s Horowitz visitation: a man hanging from a rope and […]

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But wasn’t that  a doozy of a World Leaders Forum? We had autocratic thugs, alleged autocratic thugs, cruel and petty dictators, and, for variety’s sake, the visionary leader of an up-and-coming democracy. This’ll be a tough one to top. But don’t worry, John Coatsworth: you won’t have to to resurrect Hitler to make next year’s […]

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Vigil of Burma

Hard as it is to believe, not everybody on earth was captivated by Ahmadinejadmania–Buddhist monks in Burma, for instance, spent this past week protesting their country’s oppressive military junta. Sympathizers should head to Butler Plaza, where a group of 50 or so students are now holding vigil in support of the “Saffron Revolution.” And if […]

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Spectator’s still the Ahmadineblog, but you have to get your news from somewhere. Ergo, CleanSlate. Here’s what’s been happening news-wise since the birth of the Ahmadineblog.  To everyone that slept in Butler tonight, I’d maybe save this one for later  But what’s a single word we could use to sum up this controversy and then […]

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And here’s what happened: World’s greatest mime, Marcel Marceau, died this weekend in Paris. He was 84. And delightfully silly. *wipes face as if to brush away tear* Harvard got themselves a SEAS. Oh no they di’int. Barack Obama invited you to join him in Washington Square Park: Bjork at the Garden tonight. Tickets still […]

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