Today’s Bwoglines focuses on security—both foreign and domestic.
President Bollinger released a statement on the Supreme Court’s decision to examine a challenge to affirmative action cases.
Gen Z was raised on dystopian literature. This fact is coming to haunt its predecessors.
New Covid hotspots, a warp-speed judicial nomination, ancient pedestrians, and more!
Earlier tonight, Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch, CC ’88, for the Supreme Court of the US. Gorsuch currently serves as a judge on the US State Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, nominated by George W. Bush. If his nomination is supported, he will take the seat vacated by Justice Antonin Scalia. While at Columbia, […]
Terrorists killed at least 153 people in attacks last night across Paris, including at a restaurant, a concert hall, and a France-Germany soccer match. American buildings including One World Trade Center, were lit up with the French national colors. (CNN) Harvard Law professors denounced the documentary The Hunting Ground, which discusses rape on college campuses […]
Is the mid-week slump making you stress, grumble, and complain? (Oh, really, you couldn’t have held that door open for me? No, I didn’t brush my hair, but do you have a problem with it?) We’re here to remind you that it could be worse, and then give you some cuteness to gird your loins […]
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