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The end of childhood: the lemur from Zoboomafoo, described by a co-star as “young and good-looking and very gentle,” died on Monday at the age of 20. (TVLine) New York City Council may ban texting and taking calls while bicycling. (NY Mag) Alex Rosenberg, star player on the Columbia Basketball Team, decided to withdraw for a year after fracturing […]

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After a brief hiatus, BunsenBwog is back, bringing you the best science happenings at Columbia. This week, Bwog’s resident stargazer Zach Kagan discovers that when you stare into a black hole, it stares back into you. While Columbians have been bogged down with hurricanes, blizzards and midterms, NASA’s plucky  NuSTAR X-ray telescope has been enjoying […]

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Head over to the Wollman Library today to satisfy both your intellectual and glucose-based hungers. In collaboration with the New York Public Library, Barnard will be hosting a library card sign-up from 10:30 until 12:30 pm on the library’s 1st floor. There will also be free cupcakes while supplies last! According to a Twitter exchange, […]

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