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Bwogline: HQ Trivia and Vine co-founder Colin Kroll, 34, was found dead in his apartment in New York City. The cause of death is assumed to be a drug overdose, although it has not been officially stated as so. Someone please make a vine compilation to celebrate this man. Study Tip: Reach out for help! Don’t be afraid […]

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The E: Apple has introduced new models of the 13-inch and 15-inch Macbook Pros. The models are thinner and lighter, and while the function keys have been replaced for a new feature called the “Touch Bar,” the models still have our beloved headphone jack. (Ars Technica) The Activist: As of 8:15 p.m. yesterday, 117 protestors […]

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Don’t you worry, Barnard; we didn’t forget about housing selection for you! Continuing the tradition for the second year in a row, we bring you the reviews for Barnard dorms! Up next we have a dorm that currently has no gas and sometimes runs out of hot water, but otherwise we hear it’s a fine […]

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