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Bwoglines: Tis The Treason Edition

Happening Around the World: 2017 Nobel Peace Prize winners have released a joint statement warning the world’s leaders of the dangers of nuclear weapons and its potential effects if even one is detonated. The driving force behind the U.N. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, this group’s haunting message is simple: countries must eliminate their […]

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Hannukah Celebration Tonight

Thanksgiving just kicked off the entire holiday season, which means Morningside is about to get a lot more festive. Tonight is the first of many events, campus-wide Hannukah celebrations. The Jewish Festival of Lights is finally here! Join in on a festive communal candle-lighting ceremony in your dorm, or a dorm nearby, complete with candy, […]

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ESC: Coming Up!

Engineers have governments too! SEAS’ council, ESC, met yesterday. Here are the updates by our constant correspondent Aria Sharma: Tis the SEASon will be this Thursday, in Carleton at 6:30 pm. It will be a great way to get into the seasonal spirit! The selection process for the class day speaker has kicked off. An […]

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Getting to Know: Molly Hatfield, Distributor of Dank Pines

In this edition of Getting to Know, Connoisseur of Conifers Alex Enyon stopped to chat with the woman who runs the Christmas tree stand on Broadway between 111th and 112th. See anyone around campus you’d like to know about? Tell us! Molly Hatfield has Christmas in her blood. The cheerful mother of two grew up around her father’s Christmas tree stand, […]

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