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One writer for Bwog had to tell her story. Early last Saturday, at the start of Family Weekend, my mom texted me– and I quote– “HIII DARLIN I’M HERE BY A GATE WHERE ARE YOU??” After I begged her for further details, she said, “I am by a guy selling art. He looks like [his name could […]

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We hate a lot of things at Columbia, but we admit we love surviving self-inflicted doom. Here’s a genuine shout-out to the institution that literally, but dispassionately, gives us life, especially on Bacchanal Day.  Although it has to be said: like most great love stories, the love here is unrequited. St. Luke’s, you’re a gem: an unassuming fortress […]

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The City Room blog at the Times covers yesterday’s Low flash mob. Fewer tenure cases and outside hires are being considered due to budget cuts. (Spec) Something you’ve all been wondering about: what to do if you’re vomiting on the subway. (The Frisky) Tiger Woods shot a 4-under 68 in his return to Golf at […]

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Oh, you wild seniors, you. How many times must you be warned? You made them so mad that she forgot about subject-verb agreement. Read her letter after the jump.

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