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Season’s Greetings from The B&W

Bwog and The Blue & White extend a hearty CONGRATULATIONS to AXO, Lambda, and Q House on their new digs at 536, 542, and 546 114th Street, respectively.  We’re excited to see how they make use of them for themselves and the community at large.  For now, you can see this preview (our Postcard from Morningside!) from the winter issue of the Blue & White Magazine—on campus next Monday.  

Postcard by Juliette Chen, CC ’16

Also in the issue look out for an exploration of the bored@butler subculture, a look back to when Jack Kerouac served on the waitstaff in John Jay, and an analysis of the lack of transparency surrounding undergraduate student debt at Columbia.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I had no idea I could.

    so much depends
    a red wheel

    glazed with rain

    beside the white

    Suck it,

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous this in reply to @I do believe

  • To say something very unbwoggy i.e. nice says:

    @To say something very unbwoggy i.e. nice I like Juliette’s illustration a lot!

  • Keen Observer says:

    @Keen Observer Wait, both Q House and Lambdas got a brownstone? I thought they were the same thing…?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous lamdas are chinese, Qhouse is gays

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Guys remember the redesign? We could be dicks about that?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous The redesign still sucks.


      1. I do believe says:

        @I do believe that you just did, my friend

  • BC '13 says:

    @BC '13 Best Christmas present ever :)

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Really? even better than a fruit cake? That’s a lot coming from an AXO girl.

      1. Pee-wee Herman says:

        @Pee-wee Herman Does ANYONE like fruitcake?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous So nice to see a genuinely heartfelt sentiment that is in no way a passive-aggressive reflection of Bwog’s opinions on the former residents. I mean, they would have definitely bothered to draw a card and congratulate AEPi and Pike if they had won, right? Right?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I don’t know whether or not it is genuine, but given their previous coverage on the topic, you have to expect that people are going to see it that way. Either way, classy move, and congrats to the brownstone winners.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Bwog, by posting this repetitive and meaningless post you are actively trying to stir the shit just as much as, if not more than, any commenter. It’s getting sad that you’re unapologetically enabling internet shitstorms as a desperate attempt to stay relevant.

    1. check your says:

      @check your reading comprehension

  • thank you! says:

    @thank you! such a nice gesture. Thanks from an AXO!

  • Don't Be Dicks In The Comments, Guys says:

    @Don't Be Dicks In The Comments, Guys Best tag ever

    1. C.Y.P. says:

      @C.Y.P. question: why is it not PC to say “don’t be a pussy,” but it’s PC to say “don’t be a dick?”

      1. Political Correctness Aside... says:

        @Political Correctness Aside... You’re being a dick.

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