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Bwoglines: Almost Successful Edition

This year’s Black Friday sales set a new record for shopper splurging. Unfortunately, it turns out Black Friday isn’t home to the season’s lowest prices. Wal-Mart strikes again! (Bloomberg, NYT) Egyptians are heading to the polls today for the first time since they forced Hosni Mubarak out of power, but clashes with current military leader […]

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Santa Has Molted

And left his festive husk behind in the River Lobby, only to be discovered by Bwog’s Seasonal Santa Stalker Jon Hill. We hope that Santa was not forcibly parted from his skin by some impostor. 

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Santa has come to town

Ashley Nin brings us this dispatch of a santa sighting like never before: 3:15pm – Waiting for the 1 train at Columbus Circle. 3:17pm – About a dozen policemen walk up whispering fervently into their walkie-talkies. 3:20pm – 1 train finally arrives. Each car is packed with people donning Santa Claus costumes. Train is too […]

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This is so sweet 🥺🥺🥺 (read more)
Christmas Cheer On A Budget
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Columbia Officially Files To Build New Graduate Student Housing And McDonald’s On Manhattanville Lot
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Columbia Officially Files To Build New Graduate Student Housing And McDonald’s On Manhattanville Lot
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