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Bucket List: Little List For The Little Time We Have Left

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this week are below, and the full list is after the jump. If you notice any events that have been left off the […]

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Senior Wisdom: Karim Nader

You asked, and we delivered: up next on our first day of senior wisdoms is the wonder Poke-Master Karim Nader, who tells us about Metaphysics and his EC PJ party plans.   Name, School, Major, Hometown: Karim (Cream Cheese without the Cheese), Columbia College, Philosophy with a concentration in Math, from Beirut, Lebanon. Claim to fame: That guy […]

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Senior Wisdom: Alex Della Santina

It’s everybody’s favorite time of year: Senior Wisdom season. The season when, instead of being rained on by water, you’re rained on by the witty and wise words of Columbia’s graduating class. Our first wisdom this year is from Alex Della Santina, former poet of the marching band, Spec columnist, and resident of a destroyed […]

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CUBE’s The Sleeping Beauty

This past Saturday night, Bwogger, Bella Tincher, decided to venture down to Riverside Theater to see the Columbia University Ballet Ensemble’ production of Sleeping Beauty. Filled with strife, drama, and comedy, the show was quite a delight. As I filled into my seat, third row from the front, I was excited to see what waiting […]

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Bwog Meeting Tonight!

As finals season slowly creeps in, it’s difficult to keep track of anything. Exactly how much did you sleep yesterday? Have you eaten at all? How many friends do you still have left? While we have been imparting priceless wisdom to the hopeless masses of Morningside Heights, you would think Bwog has its shit together…but we have […]

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Bwoglines: Everything Is Shit, But We Know That Already Edition

Happening in the world: As a result of the failed coup last year, Turkish government sacks about 4000 government officials, including “1000 justice ministry workers, a similar number of army staff and more than 100 air force pilots.” (BBC) Happening in the nation: After spending more than two years in detention, an American businesswoman, Sandy Phan-Gillis, […]

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Uptown Eats: Best Restaurants Above 120th Street

Culinarily, uptown Manhattan is a part of New York that is often unfairly overlooked. We asked our staff for their favorite restaurants above 120th Street, which serve delicious meals ranging from southern comfort to Shanghainese soup dumplings. Next time you head uptown, try out some of our suggestions! La Salle Dumpling Room Known for: Shanghainese […]

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Bernheim And Schwartz To Shut Its Doors

Your Senior Night plans are cancelled. Bernheim and Schwartz will close its doors indefinitely tomorrow, April 30, 2017, after just three years in Morningside Heights. Despite serving only a short tenure on campus, Bernheim had established itself as many seniors’ weekly Wednesday night plans, a decent place for a giant pretzel, and a hard-ass on fakes. We wonder […]

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“Measure Heaped In Joy”: Bwog Reviews KCST’s As You Like It

What better way to recover from V-123 than to go see even more student theater? That’s what Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets did last night, when she attended the King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe’s midnight show (a.k.a. “drunk show”) of As You Like It. The production has one more show, which starts tonight at 8 pm on […]

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How To Effectively And Efficiently Get Signed Into EC

No matter what Columbia undergrad (or grad?) school you’re in, you most definitely have had experience trying to get an EC sign-in, either for yourself or a friend. (If you’re a grad student trying to get signed into an EC party…..wyd.) We compiled a handy list of strategies below for you to get effectively and efficiently signed into […]

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It’s Lit In The Lab: A Sonnet About Science Research

The Columbia/Barnard science community is blessed with countless lab research opportunities. Here, a first-year undergraduate researcher documents his experiences with a sonnet. He would like to preface this poem by stating that STEM, and not creative writing, is his forte. You send out emails left and right: “Please won’t you have me in your lab?” Professors […]

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Bwoglines: Amadeus Edition

Happening in the United States: President Trump failed to repeal Obamacare within his first 100 days in office, as he originally promised, when House Republicans were unable to draw enough votes. (The New York Times) Happening in New York City: Amtrak plans to undergo major repair work at Penn Station this summer to fix the station’s crumbling […]

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A Tale Of Two Colleges: Bwog Reviews The 123rd Annual Varsity Show

As is customary, Bwog sent its Arts Editor to opening night of the Varsity Show in order to catch the scoop and write the show’s first review. This year, freshly minted Arts Editor Sarah Kinney was up for the challenge. Here is Bwog’s comprehensive review of the 123rd Annual Varsity Show, representing the compiled views of all […]

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Call Out: Columbia’s Fake Love For CUMB

Ever since the ban/relocation of the Columbia University Marching Band’s Orgo Night, there has been a series of mishaps and miscommunication on the part of the Columbia administration. Bwogger Amara Banks calls them out on their fake love.  Since last semester, a collection of frustrated Columbia University Marching Band alumni has penned a total of […]

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Shit Our Notes Say: Reading Week Edition

When we listlessly sit in lecture, we tend to do various things — sleep, doodle, viciously glare at others, noisily eat some concoction inevitably involving peanut butter, and write some shit in our notes. As we look at our notes for the first time during Reading Week, let’s commemorate our recorded moments of triumph, despair, […]

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