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While You Were Out: It Snowed

Crazy snow of apocalyptic proportions (“thundersnow“?) hit New York yesterday. Assuming your family is already getting on your nerves, here are a few glimpses of Columbiana to help you forget the hell of finals and idealize school again. Bwog woke to the sound of sleds scraping along the sidewalk. Hot cocoa in hand, we’re heading to the Hill.

Night photo by Patrick Stahl, others by DH

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  • anon says:


    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I can’t believe exam snow was late. Yeesh.

  • I was says:

    @I was here to see this too!

  • sad flyer says:

    @sad flyer anyone else get screwed over with flights? My flight wasn’t cancelled, but basically everything transportation (buses, shuttles, trains…) related has been suspended, so there’s no way for me to get to the airport. I hope Continental will still let me rebook without charge :/

    1. samesies says:

      @samesies my flight will be the first one to leave from newark, but i have no way of getting there ): waiting to rebook, why was this not a week earlier?! why!?

      1. lol says:

        @lol so you’d prefer it if this snowstorm had screwed over the hundreds of thousands of people flying home for christmas last week?

        1. but says:

          @but it also would have canceled finals.

          1. uhh says:

            @uhh only until after break presumably


    @NOTICE TO COLUMBIA bwog is censoring a certain word that rhymes with “cut” – try it out for yourself…FOLCHISM OF THE DAY

    1. chip says:

      @chip on your shoulder?

      1. THIS IS says:

        @THIS IS INSAMNITY! i love you girllllll

    2. clueless says:

      @clueless umm…butt?

  • sad columbia student says:

    @sad columbia student oh no! The entrance to Butler is blocked with snow! How am I going to study?!!?

    1. Butler says:

      @Butler was closed today anyway, even if it hadn’t snowed yesterday.

      1. Butler XMas Hours says:

        @Butler XMas Hours You knowing that is pretty much the saddest thing I’ve heard all week (Granted it’s been a pretty happy week).

        1. Well... says:

          @Well... …since I work there, it’s not that sad. It’s happy! I had a day off!

  • those trash bins says:

    @those trash bins look like lattes.

  • Anonymous says:


    Feature piece on the drug arrests.

  • wait. says:

    @wait. it snowed?

  • Thank God I'm Not Here says:

    @Thank God I'm Not Here Where I’m at it’s currently about 75 degrees and sunny :D

    1. warm weather is overrated... says:

      @warm weather is overrated... …snow is where it’s at.

      1. Thank God I'm Not Here says:

        @Thank God I'm Not Here Not when you get frostbite :(

  • M.L. says:

    @M.L. Who is Patrick Stahl? I saw another beautiful photograph on the New York Times reader submitted section, so I googled his name and found this photo. Lovely work!

  • hey bwog- says:

    @hey bwog- do you know when grades are due?

  • the first says:

    @the first diagonal ever drawn on columbia’s campus!

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