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Christmas Cheer On A Budget

Deputy Events Editor Brigid Cromwell lives on 110th street and spends more time walking between her room and campus than you would think. With the holidays approaching, she wants to share her favorite way of spreading Christmas cheer on her walk home.

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Resident Wiser Than Resident Advisor

We received a tip that an RA in John Jay was CAVA’d by their students this past week. They have since been fired. Another source tells us that the RA was found lying unconscious in a bathroom stall. The source had to crawl under the door to help said person out of the stall because the stall […]

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Bwoglines: We’re Worried About Your Safety Edition

Hurricane Joaquin has already destroyed parts of Charleston, South Carolina, and it’s not over yet. The storm is not expected to stop until Sunday afternoon, according to meteorologists. (The New York Times) After the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon last Thursday, college students were asked about their views on campus safety, and about their […]

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Bwoglines: A Few Of Our Favorite Things Edition

Sadly, today, we say good bye to Fashion Week here in NYC until the fall. If you find that you haven’t been able to keep up with the shows that have been featured throughout the week, the New York Times gotcha your back. Must sees: Delpozo’s and Alexander Wang’s shows. (NYT) Chipotle is everyone’s favorite […]

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