QuickNoSpec: Reading Week Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
As the spring semester came to a screeching halt all too quickly yesterday, levying reading week and an ignominious batch of finals upon Columbia students quite eager to enjoy the pre-summer sunshine, Columbia Daily Spectator production also came to a halt yesterday, with an equally cheery promise to resume coverage in the fall. While Bwog has very much enjoyed offering you a daily dose of Spec this year, sadly today there is no Spec over which Bwog editors may voraciously pore.
Therefore, in lieu of QuickSpec this morning, Bwog invites you to have a gander at its very own Columbia news roundup trawled from a Gmail inbox chock-full of Columbia University Google Alerts. Speaking of Google, Bwog also recommends that readers check out Google’s device called Google Reader to stay caught up with and organize all of the blogs, news, and gossip that might ever suit your fancy.
Wait, Columbia doesn’t already own the NYT?
How hard is it to get a Columbia degree?
City Journal is still silly over 1968.
Graduate! It’ll do the economy good.
Superhumans and Columbia’s supercomputer.
Save water to avoid eating your neighbor.
Did Lindsay Lohan steal your $11,000 coat?