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Flash Access: Denied

Oh look, even more library system makeover surprises: The days of flashing an ID card to get into Butler are over — well, sort of. Starting today, all students heading into the library will be required to swipe in. However, the system is already down and according to a Butler employee it’s only “sort of […]

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Columbia inexplicably fails to put a front-page story on their website about Vampire Weekend. Meanwhile, Spec takes the low road and calls a Barnard swipe story “Easy Access.” Further downtown, it turns out that the guy from Harry and the Potters has nothing interesting to say. Community Board 9 is up in arms about a […]

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Technologically-advanced changes are afoot for CUID holders and their card-swiping security guards. A new scanning system, (in which instead of a swipe, the security guard “hovers” the ID over a card-reading machine) is already in place in many of the libraries, and heading to Butler imminently. John Jay residents also may have noticed the phasing-out […]

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In this headline, the word “better” has three t’s Food smuggling trade presumably unaffected Backstreet’s back (?)… alright.  NY Department of Education goes down a letter grade  Yale at “Tolerance Rally” stage, while noose fad just hitting midwest  Plus: Here’s what the Brits are hearing about Manhattanville  Coming up today on Bwog: Ask Bwog Holiday […]

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