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Overseas Bwog correspondent Nick Frisch found this gem of a translation in People’s Square, Shanghai, China. Quoth the adventurer: “Want to make a lot of money in China? Forget econ; just major in English.”

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Flyer found in John Jay and Broadway this evening. We kid you not: Update: The fridge has an icemaker.

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Found in the LLC

The LLC: always a treasure trove of crazy shit. First, Bwog ran across boxes begging for the anonymous return of John Jay plates, silverware, and salt and pepper shakers, like those boxes at summer camp where counselors told you to put your drugs when no one was looking, no questions asked. I mean, we all […]

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Taped to SGO doors in Lerner: Jester No distr. today – magazines did not come Tomorrow? Bwog was hoping that Jester would arrive today But it will survive Can’t wait? Check out the new issue online!

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Today at about 9:15 AM, the fire alarm in Hamilton went off for the second time in as many days. Students who had just arrived at class left their lessons, filed out the doors, waited around sleepily for about 5 minutes, and then went back inside when they realized the coast was clear. Apparently, the […]

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Ever wonder how Saussure would interpret the Flex party’s campaign posters? Sam Cohen, the Blue and White’s official semiotician, has the answer. First off, what is semiotics? Semiotics is the study of symbols and signs. This includes both written/textual symbols, as in words, as well as things like traffic signs and cultural icons, basically everything […]

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Sign on a lamppost at the corner of Broadway and 115th:   Could this be the same Tyrannosaurus Rex that was “found” in our December issue? If so, was he lost…and found again? We have emailed a certain Jason Ruff with questions, and will keep you abreast of any developments.

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Spotted in the Butler 4th Floor Reading Room:  

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A poster of the Graduate Students Employee Union in Mudd claims “According to the Living Wage Project at Penn State University, the minimum living wage for a single person’s very basic budget in New York City is $21,272.” A visit to the poster’s cited Living Wage Calculator reveals the living wage estimate for a single […]

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Posters for the Taiwanese Student Association’s spring general meeting (with seductively posed Asian women): Haiku – ‘The Freaky feeling’ She gives me a look Sweating, I walk towards her Damn yellow fever. The haiku is a traditional Japanese form of poetry, making the TSA’s statement either a capitulation to the imperialist force of Japanese culture, […]

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On a sign posted by the NYPD in Koronet: iPods and Cell Phones- Crime Prevention Tips: If you choose to wear your iPod, cell phone, or PDA clipped to your belt for all the world to see as some kind of 21st century status symbol, remember that may not be the best safety practice. The […]

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