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College students are now borrowing more money than ever before, with average student debt at $25,000. (NPR) In an event of epic proportions, Stephen Mitchell has released a new translation of Homer’s Iliad, but can Mitchell enter the fray with Fagles and Lattimore? (New Yorker) A Carnegie-Mellon student walking through the park at 3 am […]

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We’re on the homestretch, friends. Just one more week of classes before finals doom! We know work’s piling up, and you’ve got three seminar papers to write and a thesis to finish, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the time to stop and smell the roses check out some ‘toons. Gotta keep those priorities […]

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Bwog’s resident Star Gazer Zach Kagan writes in with tidbits of information from Hugh Crowl‘s lecture, “When Bad Things Happen to Good Galaxies,” on doom and gloom for major galaxies. Behold the cosmic drama! The Audience at the most recent Public Lecture and Stargazing, held in the bowels of Pupin (correctly pronounced “pew-PEEN”) Hall, spanned […]

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