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As a part of the past weekend’s Athena Film Festival, Bwogger Solomia Dzhaman attended and was deeply moved by Chinonye Chukwu’s Clemency.

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Ferris has tried taking measures in the past to prevent people from sneaking in, but now they’re cracking down. Ferris recently instilled a new process in which students must sign out with the desk attendant in order to leave and sign back in to re-enter instead of just leaving their IDs at the front desk. After typing […]

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Last night, the nation witnessed the shocking culmination of the most dramatic election in American history. Republican nominee Donald Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in America’s national presidential race. (The New York Times) If we learned anything last night, it’s that we can’t trust the pre-election polls. Confirmation bias, the existence of a silent […]

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For most of us, tomorrow marks the end of midterm season! Now that our living nightmares are over, let’s pop open a bottle of champagne, and reflect on the types of midterms that we’ve encountered this season. Here, Bwogger Alex Tang documents the different types of midterms you may have taken recently. The Anti-Midterm Open […]

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