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After Bwog posted about a Shapiroite losing her key, we were notified by another student who had lost her iPod Touch.  Says the Forgetful: “I last used it at a meeting in Avery Cafe Monday night around 8 PM and am almost sure that I put it back into my bag, but alas it was […]

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Quick PSA: One of your classmates has lost her VingCard! The Card was last seen somewhere between John Jay and Schapiro. “I was in Hamilton for a class at 7:30, then walked to JJ’s Place, across in front of Butler, into Morton Williams, and back to Schapiro.” If you have any information about the key’s […]

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Obamacain economic advisers hold debate in a Columbia economic forum.  This part is brought to you by Aleve. Obamacain healthcare advisers hold debate in a Columbia healthcare forum.  This part is brought to you by Mylanta. Housing says bid farewell to your VingCard and its cutout Starbucks doppelganger. Change at African Institute brings instant success. […]

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