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Following accusations that Yasser Arafat was killed by poisoning, the PLO leader’s body has been exhumed. Swiss, French, and Russian experts will perform tests on the body to determine if murder is a plausible cause of his death. (BBC News) The American Association of Pediatrics now recommends prescribing teens with Plan B before they start having […]

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This past Tuesday, amid a captive audience of caffeinated law students and pedantic professors, Dr. Klaus Muehlhahn, discussed the history of Chinese national security policy.  Bwog’s Human Firewall Jenna Matecki brings us word from “Intelligence Wars: Security, Sovereignty, and Information in China, Ca. 1940.” Despite a thirty-minute kick-off of academic formalities and introductions, the audience […]

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A bunch of you have sent us this Jezebel-by-way-of-other-blog post about how old-timey folks conducted surveys that assumed Barnard was full of hussies — just like you kids today joke about! The newspaper clipping tells the story of how one time, probably in the 20s, the Jester published a “Purity Survey”, in which the gals […]

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