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In light of the fact that your CC final is tomorrow, and you’ve decided to take up a new television show been studying rigorously for the past three days, here is another reminder that you’re screwed prepared.

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Last night, Peter Sterne, Bwog’s resident expert on theatrical representations of philosophical imprisonment, visited the Glicker-Milstein blackbox theatre for the the Columbia University Players production of The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail. The CU Players production of “The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail” (written by Edward Lee and Jerome Lawrence, directed by Cody Haefner, CC […]

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In John Collins’s metaphysics class: Collins: You all should come to the philosophy prospective majors open house tonight. There will be a keg, Jager shots, and cake. Due to Phillip Kitcher’s absence, we could probably get away with anything, and of course he still assumes all responsibility. A TA chimes in: And he has terrible taste […]

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