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Study Days Open Thread

As you may have seen on Ye Olde Facebook, a “Petition to Change Columbia University Winter Break Calendar” has received over 1800 signatures since being started a few days ago. At the same time, with the (at least temporary) death of Bored@Butler, some commenters have asked us for an open thread, if only for more […]

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Tuesday open thread

Dear Bwogosphere,  We sense a lot of pent-up energy out there. Please use this thread to air your thoughts on finals, Christmas, or quantum theory. And tell us what you think of the idea–who knows, we could make it a regular thing. Love, Bwog  

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