Written by Bwog Staff
November 10, 201310:30 pm 1 Comments
“It’s almost that time of the year again when relatives give me free shit!”
Bwog is a glass-half-full kinda group and always likes to think the students of Columbia have bright and shiny futures jam packed with happy things to look forward to. So, we stumbled into the But tonight to ask tonight’s patrons what they’re excited about.
You kids say the darndest things
Tags: bwog asked, bwog brightening up your day per usual, only at columbia would people be excited about writing a paper, optimism, shutterstock is on point today, still got some time before graduation kiddo, thanksgiving break cannot come soon enough
November 01, 20119:05 am 1 Comments
We prefer to look at the future through a couple of rosé-colored glasses
Need a job? Take heart, because your search just got easier. Governor Cuomo has launched a new website to help those on the hunt for employment. (Observer)
Including Columbia, a grand total of 15 hopeful universities have submitted proposals for new engineering campuses to Mayor Bloomberg. “All of the submissions were stronger than anything we could have possibly imagined,” he commented giddily. (Bloomberg)
The Mets, tired of losing all the time always, have found the source of their problems: their ballpark is obviously way too big. They seem to believe that once Citi Field is shortened, they will be able to hit more home runs than their opponents will. (NYTimes)
And who says the economy isn’t recovering? Remember when you guys spent all that money on costumes and candy last weekend? Well it looks like Americans spent almost $7 billion on Halloween this year, including $300 million on pet costumes. (Atlantic)
Speaking of 7 billion, yesterday our world population surpassed just that very number. Look how far we’ve come! And we still have room to grow. (Wired)
Eyesight impairment via Wikimedia Commons
Tags: #wearethe0.00018%, but seriously that's a lot of money on your pet costumes guys, bwoglines, halloween, jobs, mets, optimism, wine makes everything better
September 13, 20095:58 pm 8 Comments
Nature capped our final free weekend of the semester with some gorgeous weather and a beautiful sunset over Low. After the nervous excitement of this first week, take some time to relax because it’s the last chance you’ll get.
See you in Butler.
Photo by AB
Tags: just beautiful, optimism, original photos, things that make us melt a little
October 13, 20083:54 pm 0 Comments
Last time we checked in with our pals over at the Business School, things weren’t looking too hot. Since today was the first good day in a long, long time, Bwog headed over to Uris when the stock market closed this afternoon to see what we could find.
B-Schoolers were clustered around the televisions in the lobby, reading the headlines on the 11.6% gain and the European summit this weekend and chatting happily. The powers that be had wisely chosen this particular day to sell Business School merchandise, and Bwog noted long lines of students shelling out $50 for backpacks.
We asked a vendor clad in a B-school T-shirt that read “we’re the GBA, and we’re here to serve you!” if the mood had been a little more cheerful around school today. “It’s hard to say for sure,” he began. We gave him a few moments, and he lifted his head after stacking another $20 bill into his collection. “But yeah,” he continued, and Bwog may have seen a twinkle in his weary B-school eyes, “yeah, a definitely little bit.”
Tags: business school, economic crisis, optimism
December 31, 20079:16 pm 15 Comments
The new year is here, and with it, some resolutions of Bwgossipers. Cheers to optimism!
Create a filter to send all career center e-mails directly to Spam
Fill four HamDel cards, topping this semester’s three
Never mention to anyone how much I sleep
Spend more time on Spectator-subversion related tasks
Doodle more, transcribe less
Chalk some sidewalks
Get to know Brooklyn
Spend less time in Butler, more time at the New York Public Library
Gain knowledge in minute detail of something no one else knows about
Pick a writer and read everything he/she has ever written
See J. Joseph Vlasits make it from one end of campus to another on a bike
Walk the perimeter of Central Park over a day
Record a full-length album with only original songs
Find a perfect macchiato in m-side
Watch the sun set over the Hudson once a week
Stay in NYC over the summer
Make it from one end of campus to another on a bike with the help of Lydia DePillis
Just say no to small talk
Eat fish and eggs
Live outside of New York City for longer than two weeks
Tags: hopes and dreams, optimism
Who is your Valentine?
Go back in history.
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