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John Jay: It’s the Flavor of Love

We’ve received several photos over the last half an hour of the now infamous John Jay Dinner Date. There are reports of a “table cloth, doilies, roses, and candles” currently being enjoyed by Columbia’s most romantic couple. Faces have been hidden to protect the adorable. UPDATE 7:28 PM: Our couple has given us permission to […]
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New Survey Alert

The ladies (and gentlemen) of Barnard ResLife are looking for input from BC students in the form of a new online survey. The survey comes on the brink of a recent Town Hall meeting, at which several *significant* changes [emphasis theirs] to this spring’s room selection process were proposed.    Barnard’s put up an enormous […]
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Well Played: SSOL

Newly minted SSOL enthusiast Adam Weiss reminded Bwog of some important and welcome changes to your Student Services Online. For one, a search will not only bring up classes, but their registration statuses. Oh, and search now also brings up the course description when the call number is entered. Now there are fewer things to […]
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A Columbian Cabinet

Bwog has just received word that President-elect Barack Obama has tapped a former Columbian Eric Holder, CC ’73 and J.D. ’76, to fill the shoes of yet another illustrious Columbia alum Michael Mukasey, CC ’63, as the next Attorney General of the United States. You might remember Holder for his brief stint as acting Attorney […]
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ESC, etc.: R.I.P. BC Swipe Access (Also: There’s Tuna in Your Mac and Cheese)

Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann attended last night’s ESC meeting. Swipe Access died; revelations about Ferris Booth and JJs were unearthed. Swipe access is dead, long live swipe access: During the last night’s ESC meeting, President Peter Valeiras announced that SGA, Barnard’s student council, had decided after meeting with the administration to stop pursuing […]
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Free Food in Roone

Bwog received word that there’s currently a “Manhattanville Expo” set up in Roone. It’s “a great time to ask all the questions you want,” said Adil Ahmed, CCSC VP of Policy.  There’s also free food, specifically muffins, doughnuts, apples, juice and coffee. 
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Because We Know You’re Already Worrying About Next Year Too

Bwog Daily Editor James Downie was procrastinating by… scoping out the 2009 academic calendar. How else? Anyway, bad news: enjoy reading week this semester, because next fall term, there’ll only a “Study Day.”  “Oh no!” you say? Oh yes. Exams run from Wednesday to Wednesday, rather than Friday to Friday, meaning that we have just […]
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QuickSpec: The Cold Descends Edition

New York Democrats try to sort out the spoils of their victory. Barnard Profs rejoice with some love from a new research fund. NROTC discussion to reach critical mass with one discussion, not two. Do you have the Golden Touch? Welcome to the new swipe society.
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The anti-NROTC coalition (Lucha, Dems, CQA, SDS, CCAW, EAAH, Chicano Caucus, Proud Colors) have invited council members to a meeting tomorrow night, to discuss concerns about “communication.” “Up until the past day or so,” one spokesman told Bwog, “we had no information about how the forums would work.” This is not the first time that […]
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First Flake of the Season Contest

Weather.com is forecasting that the Columbia campus could see the season’s first snow showers early Tuesday morning. According to their hour-by-hour forecast, snow showers could begin around 3 a.m. and continue into the early afternoon, becoming mixed with rain. Now Bwog has been let down by snow forecasts many times over the years, so don’t […]
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Uris Gets Louder

Spotted heading toward Uris earlier this evening: Jim Cramer, the excitable host of CNBC’s Mad Money. He was alone and talking on his cell phone. “He sounded, well, mad,” reported an eyewitness. The reasons for his campus visit are of course a mystery, though Bwog would like to point out that he has a 17 […]
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Today in Columbia Sports Victories: Water Polo

Bwog pauses to congratulate the men’s water polo team, who came in 13th at the national championships in Athens, Ohio. In their final game, the Lions defeated Georgia Tech 7-5 in two overtimes, senior Sam Scioscia’s goal with 46 seconds left in the second overtime period providing the difference. Freshman Daniel Kirel scored three goals […]
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John Jay: It’s the Flavor of Love

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New Survey Alert

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Well Played: SSOL

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A Columbian Cabinet

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Free Food in Roone

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QuickSpec: The Cold Descends Edition

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