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At first Bwog thought this might be a one dollar coin for PrezBo. Or maybe the medal of distinction Obama will be getting at Barnard? It turns out, you receive this piece of bling for being a kick-ass reporter. Can Bwog have it?

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Allow us to take advantage of our ability to post at leisure, and direct your attention to the 
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Lecture, delivered by Nate Silver to the graduating class of the Journalism School early last week. Yes, Bwog may be more likely to prick up our ears at the title “Advice for Young Journalists in […]

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Even though Bwog loves hopping around so very much, we were curious to see what a lecture about another type of movement—”rolling”—entailed. So a few nights ago, Zoe Camp hopped/rolled over to the J School and attended “A Rolling Stone Conversation” to see what all the fuss was about. The name of Tuesday’s event at […]

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