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Let It Snow Part 2: Skip Class and Hang Out With Colbert

UPDATE: Current snowfall at 3-6 inches

UPDATE: NYU calls off classes

Bwog just received this tip:

Hey Columbians!

Due to the crazy blizzard outside, we over at “The Colbert Report” think that today will be a GREAT day to head on down to the show for standby tickets. We can’t guarantee anything, but the odds are good considering the winter wonderland outside.

So come on down!

The Colbert Report
513 W. 54th St
New York, NY 10019

Standbys should arrive around 4 PM. Taping ends around 8 PM. Standbys must bring a government issued photo ID (like a driver’s license or passport). You must be over 18 years old to see the taping.

We hope you post this note on Bwog today.

If you have any questions please email us at audience@thecolbertreport.org

Sincerely,
Audience Department
The Colbert Report

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19 Comments

  • yes!! says:

    @yes!! Colbert was so good!! Should be a good episode tonight!

  • WTf says:

    @WTf Stop being fucking pussies and just skip class. Jesus CU students are such tools.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous WAKE UP COLUMBIA

  • Colbert says:

    @Colbert Is my hero!

  • MY LOVE says:

    @MY LOVE I LOVE YOU COLBERT!!!

  • CANCELLED says:

    @CANCELLED NOW! SNOW FOR PRESIDENT!

  • i wanna go says:

    @i wanna go I love the Colbert report <3

  • Awww..... says:

    @Awww..... Colbertians read the Bwog! That’s nice, isn’t it? Even if you’re in class?

    1. wut says:

      @wut the size of my sausage.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous man, I’d been planning on spending the whole day in bed watching arrested development. FUCK YOU COLUMBIA

  • that guy says:

    @that guy that one guy Jake CC2010 works for the Daily Show. Always tell them you know him if you go live.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I really, really hate our administration sometimes. A lot of Columbia students and professors have to commute to the University. What the hell are they supposed to do?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It is tunnel time.

  • AHHHHHHHHHH says:

    @AHHHHHHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

    http://nyulocal.com/on-campus/2010/02/10/snow-day/

    we are officially the only freaking school open in the metro area.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous then again what can you expect from pussy hipsters…

    from NYU site

    “While the weather is not especially severe at present, we have decided to close the University early in order to allow people to travel home safely before the more intense predicted weather arrives. Accordingly:

    All classes that convene at 12:30 pm or later are cancelled for today, Wednesday, February 10, 2010
    University offices will close as of 1:00 pm today”

  • Hmph says:

    @Hmph NYU is closed

    UGH

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous The administration should take note of this…this is what you do on a snowday! not force people to stay in class, wistfully looking out the windows. it’s not like we really pay attention

  • Wow says:

    @Wow Wow, that’s sweet of them!

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