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For a little extra context regarding the whole GS Class Day rescheduling debacle (which could have ended worse), check out GSSC’s survey, embedded below. They surveyed about half the graduating class, as well as a handful of CC, SEAS, and BC students. Highlights: 62% of graduating seniors have at least one guest unable to come, […]

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Shh! It’s Gossip.

Really. Last time Bwog posted gossip, a tipster’s professor singled him out in class; he was very flustered.  A stressed-out student declared, “This year I will either die or become a Campus Character.” Professor Eric Foner, commenting on how the Immigration and Naturalization Service’s U.S. citizenship test accepts two answers to the question of what […]

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The folks at Northeastern University have blown a fuse somewhere. When students from their incoming class attempt to sign up for a University-provided email account during Orientation, they will have to complete a “Facebook.com Tutorial.” A Powerpoint presentation cooked up by the admins sez: “The facebook provides excellent opportunities for students to connect with their peers […]

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