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Strong, beautiful seniors, rejoice!  Last we heard, you were going to graduate out of Levien Gym in Dodge Fitness Center.  Thankfully, the Barnard administration has settled on something decidedly above ground. The 2010 Barnard commencement will take place on Ancel Plaza in front of SIPA, after which new graduates and their families can continue the […]

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Hats off to childrens author Jon Scieszka (interviewed by Bwog here), MFA ’80, who has been named the first national ambassador of young people’s literature! Apparently it’s like a poet laureate for kids. Mr. Scieszka, as lifelong Stinky Cheese Man fans, you are an alumnus who makes Bwog proud. And a kick in the shins […]

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