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The Life Aquatic

Uh oh: Dodge’s pool is filled with chemicals today, and not just the chemicals it’s filled with every day (a combination of hair gel, chlorine, and school spirit, according to Bwog’s Underwater Scientific Inquiry Bureau). The contamination, though, is a one-day thing, and the pool will reopen tomorrow. 

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If you were surprised to find a Bwog sans Quickspec this morning, have no fear for QuickSpec is here, as the Spectator was a tad delayed in updating their website today, maybe just because of all of the breaking NROTC hooplah on campus. NROTC at Columbia.  Just like a coin-flip. “Healthy Aging Centers,” aging all […]

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