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Follow Your Dreams: Saving Lives Edition

Most Columbia alums dream of a cushy job in trading or a somewhat successful book deal. But four Bio-Medical Engineering graduates are starting their post-college careers not by working in a coffee bar, but by saving a few thousand lives. Actually, more than a few thousand, if Tampostat, the group’s BME senior design project that […]

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Cooking with Bwog: Fall Favorites

Halloween is over, and that means only one thing: time to start preparing for Thanksgiving. If you’ve got the cold-weather blues, this recipe for spicy-sweet squash will warm you right up! Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash Ingredients: 1 acorn squash For sweet side: butter brown sugar cinnamon For spicy side: olive oil chili powder curry […]

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Overheard: The Aftermath

Now that the weather (and your Halloween costume) are back under wraps, Bwog is here to cheer you up with some enticing post-hurricane overheards. Questions of life outside Ricky’s: Someone who clearly doesn’t dye their own hair: “Is this place just open for Halloween?” Planning for Halloweekend in a hurricane: Girl: “For Halloween, I’ll be […]

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Bwoglines: Back on Track Edition

Obama and Romney resumed their post-Sandy campaigning yesterday, and immediately began arguing over which of them would handle future disasters better. Which is good, because it looks like there may already be another storm brewing. (ABC, US News) Although unemployment has increased, it’s likely due to the fact that more people have started actively looking […]

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Drinking With Bwog: Stuck In Morningside Heights

Some of you may have had your flights to the Bahamas cancelled. Others may not be able to head home to Westchester thanks to Bloomberg’s carpooling. Or you may have been banking on a night downtown, which is now underwater. Either way, MoHi is looking like the only viable option for your drinking portion of […]

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ShakeShorts ShortShakes Review

Many modern adaptations of Shakespeare plays have come and gone. Some, such as Romeo + Juliet (starring Leonardo DiCaprio), have left their mark. King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe (KCST) hoped to achieve such glory, at least within Columbia, when they presented their ShakeShorts ShortShakes on October 25-27. Bwog’s very own dilettante dramatist John reviews: ShakeShorts ShortShakes was […]

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Free Food Without Borders

If you have a Saturday night craving for food for talking about sustainability, international development, and global health with Engineers Without Borders, we’ve got you covered. Tonight’s annual Beyond Borders event will feature Rogier Van Helmond (from Doctors Without Borders) and engineer Kylie Twitchell as speakers. You do not have to be rich nor an engineer […]

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Bwoglines: Surprise Edition

Economic growth this quarter was expected to increase from 1.3% to 1.9%. Instead, it increased to 2%! Although economists believe a steady 2.5% increase is needed to make a dent in unemployment, at least we’re well on our way. Good job on exceeding expectations, economy! (Reuters) Glenn Michael Gordon, one of the people who makes […]

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Enlightenment in 140 Characters

Still need more ways to procrastinate for your midterms? Bwog has you covered! When you’re spending all that time on Twitter to avoid your calculus textbook, your tweets can start to feel a little dry. But not anymore, with our new favorite website that proclaims “Yes, that CAN be my next tweet!” This text generator […]

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Your Textbook Loves You And Wants You To Be Happy

You’ve probably been spending a lot more time with your textbook lately, and in some pretty late-night settings. Bwog has, too—and we’ve noticed a few little gems hidden within. Small moments like these below; subtle signals from the authors sensing our distress and saying, “You are not alone.” Or just a lame scientist trying to […]

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Bwoglines: Excuses Edition

Residents of Brooklyn are protesting the possible addition of a new homeless shelter in their neighborhood, because they “already have people in our community who are borderline homeless.” (Gawker) Joe Walsh continued Todd Akin’s unscientific rants yesterday, when he told reporters there is no need for an abortion exception for the life or health of […]

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Whose Room?

Brought to you by Bwogsex, this useful flowchart will help you decide whose room to go back to at the end of the night. If you’re too drunk to read this chart, you’re probably too drunk to decide if that guy/girl really is the most attractive person you’ve ever met. Hook up responsibly! And don’t […]

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Free Dinner Date

At 7 pm, come get that dinner and a movie you were planning on anyway – for free! Tonight in the Schapiro lounge there will be a screening of the film “The OC Club,” by none other than CTV’s former president Andy Seife. We’re told there will be at least four pizzas there, although information remains […]

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An Evening with Elie Wiesel

Yesterday, the renowned author and activist Elie Wiesel graced our campus to answer questions and talk about his views on life. Avid audience-member Alexander Pines reports. At exactly 6:06 pm on Thursday in the Diana Event Oval, and after a few introductory words by Barnard president Debora Spar, Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel (pronounced […]

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Lots of People Want Nice Housing

In the ongoing saga of the brownstones, the Brownstone Review Committee to allocate the empty houses met for the first time this week. There have been a two developments. First, Daniel O’Leary resigned from the committee. Says O’Leary, “I have decided to step down because an organization that I have been affiliated with [SAE] has applied for a brownstone.” This […]

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