Whether for study or sleep, some of us wish the night would last just a little bit longer. With this in mind, Bwog presents a retrospective look at the most night-y night of recent memory. During the total lunar eclipse of February 20, Bwog’s polyhistoric daily editor Zach van Schouwen ascended the heights of Pupin and snapped a couple of photos of the largest holes on campus. At right is the new Earth Sciences building. After the jump is the Barnard Nexus.