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SGA: Alphabet City

Talkative correspondent Renée Kraiem reports on last night’s SGA meeting. Last night Rep Council welcomed an esteemed guest, Dean Avis Hinkson, and spent a great deal of time talking about talking. There was talking about what not to talk about, talking about talking more positively, talking about talking about talking—you get the idea. The first hour […]

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The Heyman Center continued its exceptional series of lectures on Thursday night with a presentation by Professor Steven Shapin of Harvard. Bwog’s Academic Exceptionalism Correspondent Dane Cook was there. Steven Shapin indulged an overflowing audience of (presumably) Ivory Tower affiliates at the Heyman Center last night with a presentation of his most recent work entitled, […]

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