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Bwoglines: Real World Updates Edition

Because you need some random item immediately, Amazon worked out a deal with the United States Postal Service to be able to get it to you on a Sunday. (Amazon) (Salon) Aw, young people aren’t comfortable writing cell phones into fiction. There goes technology, ruining things again. What about if you feel it’s entirely impossible to write […]

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Meet Mike of the MLS

Bwog got a chance to sit down with Mike Mazzullo, CC ’12, three-year soccer captain and star midfielder, to discuss his reaction to the news that he has been drafted to the MLS and his expectations moving forward. Mazzullo will head to Canada this weekend for preseason training with Toronto FC. Bwog: Congrats on getting […]

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Refugees in a Foreign Land

fun fun fun fun via Anonymous Tipster

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Other articles have said Columbia accepted about 280 more students this year. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 28, 2020
Yes. Colombia accepted about 250 more students this year. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 28, 2020
Actually, no. It's about the same number as usual, with an anticipated yield of about 60% -- meaning that of (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 27, 2020
Hi Bwog, does the 6.1% admission rate signify the overall admission rate for 2024 (ED + RD)? Thanks. (read more)
Class Of 2024 Regular Decision Results Have Been Released
March 27, 2020

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