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In this edition of Getting to Know, Connoisseur of Conifers Alex Enyon stopped to chat with the woman who runs the Christmas tree stand on Broadway between 111th and 112th. See anyone around campus you’d like to know about? Tell us! Molly Hatfield has Christmas in her blood. The cheerful mother of two grew up around her father’s Christmas tree stand, […]

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If you’ve always felt Maroon 5 could use a little less Adam Levine and a little more cello, check out this video of Nathan Chan, Steven Bennett, Maddie Tucker, and Justin Zhao, all CC ’15, performing their take on the pop group’s “Moves Like Jagger.”  As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the group arranged the […]

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Congrats to the academic champs of GS: Valedictorian: Kira Boesch professional ballet dancer, psych honors program, psych TA, Barnard toddler center research assistant, nursery school teacher, heading to clinical psych doctorate program on fellowship Salutatorian: Elliot Shackelford maintains full-time career as a pianist (performed at the White House 19 times!), GS tour guide, GSSC VP […]

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Since its creation, Bwog has been notoriously light on sports coverage, mostly because the majority of us know nothing about them. Still, every now and then, even we can’t help but get caught up in all the sporting excitement. After Friday evening’s double-overtime men’s basketball game against Yale, Bwog daily editor Sameea Butt was inspired […]

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