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There and Back Again to the CUSFS Library

Bwog meets every week in the SGO and has recently noticed that one of the closet doors has been re-labeled as the CUSFS library. We sent Britt Fossum, recovering LARPer and a firm believer in extraterrestrial life, to go check it out (and maybe check out some books). She walked out feeling like this. For […]

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Bwoglines: Brave New World Edition

Rest in peace to Whitney Houston, who died unexpectedly yesterday in a Beverly Hills hotel. (LA Times) It’s better in…Japan? Japanese innovation is back, and this time it has turned its gaze to blue jeans, French food, and espresso. (Wall Street Journal). The genius behind 5-hour energy spent time living as a monk in India. […]

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Pizza and Perfect Children

If you find bioethics and genetic engineering intriguing, then don’t miss Scientists and Engineers for a Better Society’s discussion and film screening tonight. Starting at 6:30 pm and until 7:45 pm, Director of Special Programs in Bioethics at Columbia University Professor John Loike will give a presentation and facilitate a bioethics scenario game. From 7:45 pm […]

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