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Feeling the heat from the indignant masses who have been protesting the Facebook’s decision to contaminate its virgin collegiate domain with the abbreviated ramblings of high school students, Mark Zuckerberg finally broke the silence with a response: Hey, Facebook understands that some of you may be upset that high school and college students can now […]

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In a move that went entirely unnoticed this week except by the Splog and college freshmen, the Facebook let high schoolers and college students be friends. Lydia DePillis weighs in. In the beginning, there were two worlds. And then they were one, and the Lord rested. I hope. This whole high school kids on facebook […]

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Separated at Birth

So, Bwog was busy late into the night looking for a suitably sexy photo of Lee C. Bollinger to blow up for our currently Bollinger-less dorm room wall. And that’s when we came upon an old Gothamist post that proves, inconclusively, that Lee Bollinger and Polish director Roman Polanski were separated at birth! It’s uncanny…though […]

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