Coastie Song hits New York Times

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Thanks to Eric Eagon for pointing this out to me:

While the song has launched their music career, it’s done a great deal more on the 42,000-student campus. It’s raised complaints of anti-Semitism, shed more light on a cultural divide among students and renewed complaints about a long-standing housing policy.

How did the New York Times scoop this one? Is this your doing Bassey?

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4 Responses to “Coastie Song hits New York Times”

  1. Ryan Says:

    Um, it appears to be an AP story

  2. KB Says:

    Yeah. Ryan Foley, the main AP guy in Madison, wrote it. Still interesting though that the Times picked it up.

  3. I'm not giving my name to a machine Says:

    I’m glad I’m graduating soon so I can get away from this lunacy.

  4. Gerald Cox Says:

    You call this lunacy? This is where the line is drawn for you? The coastie song? Really? I had heard so much of it and only just watched it. Disappointing.

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