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In our continuing coverage of things going wrong in housing, several residents of Schapiro have written the below semi-serious “manifesto” on the sporadic dearth of H20 in their find building. Read on to see this open letter to Housing and, as you are wont to, sound off in comments: We, residents of Schapiro Hall, object […]

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A bad sign for the new semester: Butler Library’s basement has flooded, and, according to a security guard, the whole building is without water or heat. In fact, “all mechanical systems went down,” the guard said. Butler will be closed at least for the day, but it’s unknown how long it will be until the […]

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Classes “begin” in a few days, figuratively because a few of Bwog’s have already been canceled for CC’83 Awesomeness Festivities.  But your fair university didn’t get nearly as much sleep as you did over break.  Here’s what Alma Mater’s been up to. People of Old Alumni provide proof that we’ll all find jobs, eventually.  In […]

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