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PeopleHop: The Mannequin Head Living In A Barnard Quad

The Barnard dorms have gotten a lot of attention this semester because of the heat crisis. However, new Bwog Staffer, Elizabeth Burton, thinks that there are far more pressing problems – such as randomly appearing mannequin heads in her quad’s common room. After several weeks of confusion and (slight) discomfort, she decided to sit down (???) with […]

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Science Fair: The Science Of Music Edition

We’re back with Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly curated list of interesting STEM-related talks, symposiums, and events happening on campus. For science and non-science majors alike, our list will bring you events that will satisfy your scientific curiosity for everything from astronomy to zoology, and everything in between. For anyone, related-majors and non-majors alike: India Global […]

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Bwogger Cara is back, this time not to cook, but to speak on behalf of another budding chef in Morningside Heights. No matter what happens during the day, there’s always something I can count on while walking past Friedman’s on the way to Plimpton. On Amsterdam, in between 118th and 119th, I see the same […]

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Cooking With Bwog: French Toast

So, it has come to my attention that some people don’t like breakfast… I’m sorry, but WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM? It can be just as creative and multi-faceted as any other meal (sweet, savory, salty, creamy, crispy, etc) and can set the tone for the rest of your entire day. Or, if you are like me, […]

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Bucket List: Gender Justice Edition

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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Open Meeting Announcement: This Is Just To Say

Someone ate our grapes, and the culprit was quite the poet (sounds oddly like William Carlos Williams). Attached is the note from our resident Grape Grubber. If you want a taste of these highly prized fruits of the deciduous woody vine (we restocked!)— or you just love Bwog — come to our open meeting tonight! This […]

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Bwoglines: Earthquake And Airport Wages Edition

Bwog’s got a newsletter! If you love saucy details and salacious intrigue, you’ve come to exactly the right place. Sign up here! Happening in the World: A magnitude-7.5 earthquake and tsunami struck the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia this past Friday, impacting 2.4 million people. The number of casualties has risen to 832 as of today, with […]

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Columbia Football Sucks Again

Were you at the football game yesterday? If you weren’t, take it from someone who sat through the whole thing: you didn’t miss much. The Princeton Tigers trounced your Columbia Lions, 45 to 10. I’m not gonna lie, it was a little sad to see our boys on the field fumble one pass after another. It was […]

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Summer, Sex, & Salacious Students

Disclaimer (added 9/29/18, 6:40 pm): This post compiles field notes from Bwog staffers over the summer and presents them in a Gossip Girl-style parody. Hey Morningside Heights dwellers. Gossip Bwog here. And do I have the biggest news for you. I bet you’re wondering why it has taken me such a long time to upload but truth […]

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Isabel’s Fight List: That Kid In Your Discussion Who Needs To Shut Up Now

Events Editor and lapsed black belt Isabel Sepúlveda still has not picked back up her favorite martial art. As such, she has to channel all her rage into something and she’s decided that’s going to be internet call-out posts. Bwog’s bread and butter is archetypes: throughout our storied history, we’ve taken you on a whirlwind […]

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Where Art Thou: Under The Tsars Edition

New York City is packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, but sometimes it’s difficult to break the Morningside-bubble and experience it all first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined on campus. On Campus: Concerts, concerts everywhere! Looking for vocal acid jazz? Sahana […]

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Bwoglines: Hopping Rovers Edition

Happening in the World: Japan’s Space Agency has successfully landed two rovers on the surface on Ryugu, an asteroid more than 200 million miles away from Earth. These two rovers stand at a whopping 3 inches tall. To get around the surface on the asteroid, these tiny, yet mighty asteroids hop around because any other […]

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Columbia Did 1968: A Conversation With Professor Robert Paul Wolff

Robert Paul Wolff is an old and wise philosopher who taught at Columbia until 1971. He’s sort of back this year, commuting 500 miles from North Carolina every Tuesday to teach SOCI GU4600, Mystifications of Social Reality. Staff Writer Andrew Wang went to office hours to get smarter. Do you remember 1968? Robert Paul Wolff remembers. […]

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On Thursday Afternoon, the Columbia community poured in to see the first female Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, speak about anti-communist, Czech President Vaclav Havel. Ezra Lerner, Staff Writer and political junkie, went to cover and provide belated coverage. Columbia wasted no time getting the lead out for the World Leader’s Forum finale—a commemoration of the […]

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Chinese Food In MoHi: La Salle

Staff Writer Vivian Zhou is starting a series on the Chinese food around Morningside Heights. This week, she hiked up the Broadway hill to La Salle Dumpling Room. Here are her thoughts.  We all get homesick. For some people home is a literal 10-minute walk away. For me, home is more than 10,000 miles away, […]

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