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The Never Ending Bickering: Trump vs. Clinton

Yesterday, politically savvy Bwogger Tamara Barriot took time to assess whether “The Donald” means what he says about getting the Latino vote. As refreshing as discussing the viewpoints of our two political idols can be, this was not Tamara’s first rodeo. Any debate regarding Donald Trump’s care for Latinos will likely spark controversy, and yesterday’s was no […]

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Bwoglines: Lust Edition

Stay stoic this Valentine’s day. Bwog brings you the news as defined by Cicero’s definition of Lust. Mubarak has stepped down. Egyptians long for a new government as they dissolve parliament and call for a vote. (NYTimes) Pesky Canadians are getting greedy, spreading their bagel-like-products around the city. (Gothamist) An angry man suspected of going on a stabbing […]

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Bwoglines: Blowing Your Mind Edition

Columbia’s own Brian Greene has just released his 4th book of popular science, titled The Hidden Reality. In it, Greene provides the latest theory surrounding the multiverse. Wait… do you ever think like, in another world, you are writing Bwoglines and I am reading them? (WSJ) So like, you saw the blizzard on Wednesday from your window, but- […]

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Philo Dispatch

Are they for real? We’re not quite sure. But the Philolexian Society does meet every Thursday, and they are quite serious about what they discuss–last night, whether humans or whales should be saved. Bwog Philo correspondent Josh Schwartz has this report. At the hour of eight and a half, the Philolexian society, Columbia’s oldest student […]

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