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V117 premieres tonight! Their trailer (as imagined by CUMB) boasts POWER, LUST and Godzilla footage. Check out our review of the preview, and a brief history of the Varsity Show tradition. We’ll see you there tonight!

Spec gets personal and pretty cute with their professors about the meaning of life, sharing their stories from their formative years. (The Eye)

Since you, fair readers, shitted all over our burger review, allow us to defer to Eater’s National Burger Week, a veritable tour de force of burger reportage from across the nation. (Eater)

The filming of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close continues on Riverside Drive (from around 112th to 116th St.) Tom Hanks has wrapped up his portion of the shoot, but you might be able to get a glimpse of Max von Sydow, the famous Swedish actor and star of many Ingmar Bergman films.

Clearly following Columbia’s example, Yale will vote on May 5 whether to allow their students to ensure they will have jobs after graduation by joining ROTC. (Crimson, Bloomberg)

Old Skool via WikiCU

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous isn’t it shat, not shitted?

    1. Claire says:

      @Claire The definitive record of the English language says shitted is fine.

      1. Claire says:

        @Claire I love you

    2. HAHA says:

      @HAHA i laughed so hard when i read that. this is why i read bwog!

  • The definitive NYC burger-review blog... says:

    @The definitive NYC burger-review blog... …is actually “A Hamburger Today,” over at the Serious Eats site:

  • the trailer says:

    @the trailer is from the marching band

    1. seriously says:

      @seriously if you just watched it through to the end you’d know that…

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous or through like the first 6 seconds when it says columbia university marching band production …

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous It’s also posted by youtube user theCUMB. Not exactly a secret

        2. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous “Fireman’s Daughter Productions”

          It’s the little things…… :-D

  • failBwog says:

    @failBwog The trailer is from CUMB.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I think Bwog knows this…. that’s why it’s funny

  • hahaha says:

    @hahaha bwog FAIL. you didn’t notice that the video was put on youtube by the CUMB? also that it was funny? dead giveaways that v-show was not involved haha

  • Anonymous says:


  • Can the VShow says:

    @Can the VShow just play this trailer every year instead of actually doing a VShow? It would save a lot of time.

    1. Um says:


  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous yeah it was the CUMB who made the varsity show trailer

  • CUMB trailer? says:

    @CUMB trailer? I hardly know her!

    geeteebee squahred.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “the trailer as imagined by cumb”
    okay cumb you can be quiet now

    1. Claire says:

      @Claire Thank you kindly.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous That The Eye retrospective piece is seriously awesome! :)

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