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Hamilton 7 to be used in upcoming “Saw” sequel

Bwog thought the seventh floor of Hamilton was kinda just fine the way it was. The Hamilton elevator not so much. But hey, what the hell d
o we know?

Elsewhere in the ever-exciting world of campus facilities: the Mac is still standing, but probably not for that much longer–Barnard residents have told us they’ve been informed by e-mail that everybody’s favorite concrete slab has been slated for destruction sometime during the next couple of weeks.

Sad news, but we’re oddly comforted (or maybe just thoroughly confused) by this ancient piece of Digitalia:

“One’s experience of traveling through MacIntosh Hall can be understood as a purely spatial experience dictated by a drastic contrast between forward motion on this journey and retrospection on reverse motion along the journey.”

Will one’s experience of watching Mac get torn down be quite the spatial, drastically contrasting, forwardly moving and plaintively retrospective experience as grabbing a cup of Java City between classes? Stay tuned.

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  • haha says:

    @haha I remember that digitalia. It was for one of my classes, and someone brought the B+W issue with the quote in… Architorture, its a blast!

  • DON'T STOP BELIEVING says:

    @DON'T STOP BELIEVING I liked that room. I had a class in there once. That’s the same room that Natalie Portman used to promote one of her movies. I’ll miss that room, but I won’t miss the bolted down desks.

    1. queen victoria says:

      @queen victoria those bolted desks aren’t leaving the floor anytime soon. see the other recently renovated hamilton rooms: they’re just being turned to face another wall.

  • Disappointed says:

    @Disappointed Tragedy that Columbia has sold out for a film that is symptomatic the forces of destruction working to destroy our culture. I thought Columbia would have enough wherewithall to avoid becoming entangled in such ventures.

    1. no... says:

      @no... they’re not actually shooting a saw sequel there…just the title of the post

    2. hairs says:

      @hairs hilarious! i hope this person is joking.

    3. Slimer says:

      @Slimer Yeah, even if a Saw sequel was to be shot here, you’d think they only allow high brow material — like Ghostbusters.

  • Overheard in NY says:

    @Overheard in NY In Soviet Russia, penis sucks you!

  • Yo Bwog! says:

    @Yo Bwog! What’s with that giant tent set up on the south lawn?

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