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The start of Reading Week means the end of the Spectator. But not the end of the world! With finals looming and storm clouds brewing, what will we talk about to lift our spirits? Duh. Swine flu. In Mexico the spread is slowing, the restaurants are reopening, and everyone’s sneezing into their sleeves. Is the […]

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   Image courtesy GreatModernPictures.com Most of the Spectator staff departed last night for Aruba having published no issue for today. So, in keeping with that spirit of travel, today’s QuickSpec prepares you for departure with news from the airport.  Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for flying with us today, particularly those of you with corporate […]

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-Photo via studentcity.com   Instead of giving you a roundup of New York news to make up for the absent Spectator, Bwog has gotten the news from Spring Break hot spots to prepare you for next week. A little pre-gaming, if you will. Tijuana: This town is so great, you’ll get your head chopped off! […]

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The Good Ship Spectator is in limited production this week, hibernating today in honor of midterm exams. Satisfy your desire for a daily dose of QuickSpec with a round up of Spec‘s ever-so scintillating splogs. Wonder what Business School Dean R. Glenn Hubbard is up to these days?  Still think he wants to be the […]

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