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A source close to Professor Ellsberg has informed us that the majority of students suspected of cheating in the so-called “Barnard Cheating Scandal” are actually men and women from Columbia College.  Of the 123 students, only around a fifth of the students have been specifically marked out as having cheated–and Ellsberg has a list of […]

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  Violence between Israelis and Palestinians continues. Both sides are attacking one another and claiming casualties while a diplomatic solution is sought and risk of an Israeli invasion intensifies. (CNN) Google Fiber, the nationwide broadband service Google has just begun rolling out in Kansas City, may actually raise the United States’ current position as 24th […]

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Political Science Professor David Epstein showed up on a friend of Bwog’s G-chat contact list at 12:30 AM. His away message: “funniest site I’ve seen in a while: http://blackpeopleloveus.com/”

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