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Shalom Alone: XMAS! Review

Taking a break from finals studying, Bwog’s North Pole Bureau Chief Sean Zimmermann reports from the production of “XMAS! 4: Shalom Alone” last night about the story of one little Jewish Santa: As the audience walked in to Roone, the first thing to notice was the loud dance music filling the auditorium. Lady Gaga, who […]
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Get Up for John Jay Brunch and Get To Know Wilma, Omelet Queen

“Egg white special!” The voice rings through your head. But who is behind it all? In this latest edition of Bwog’s profiles of Columbia’s unsung friendly faces around campus, Bwog Events Editor and Chief Omelet Customizer Peter Krawczyk got to know Wilma, of Wilma’s Grill. John Jay Dining Hall is not big on signage. Freshmen […]
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It Seemed to Just Fly By…

Today marks the moment people have been waiting for since the semester started: the official last day of classes. There will shouts of joy for classes ending, tears of sadness for leaving your fondest professors, and groans of misery when people realize exams start in just two days. And amidst all this hullabaloo will, of […]
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Bwoglines: Believe It Or Not

Cow manure won’t play a role in contaminating the city’s water, but it’ll actually help it be cleaner. (Gothamist) In an effort to save New York State from bankruptcy, Gov. Paterson is withholding $750 million from schools and local governments. (NYT) Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s female escort has now been given her own sex advice […]
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Magazine Preview: The Man Who Wasn’t There

It’s always nice to open Facebook and find a friend request waiting for you, and better still if you’re a yet-to-matriculate freshman eager to meet your peers.  But what happens when that friend isn’t, well, real? Bwog Editor James Downie goes gumshoe on the Case of Aaron Phillips in this winter’s issue of The Blue […]
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999?

Listen, new owners of 999 (at least, that’s what we think it’s called), formerly La Negrita: when New York Magazine names you “The Happening Bar” in the neighborhood, you give thanks and go about doing the things that, you know, won you the distinction in the first place. Or you could go ahead and change […]
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Teen Angst is Right Around the Corner

Lerner is turning 10 this year, but why throw a birthday party when you can throw a birthday party-themed STUDY BREAK?!  The Lerner Piano Lounge, for 10 years full of people trying to act like they don’t hear that bad pianist practicing while they’re trying to read, will have 500 cupcakes and what’s being called […]
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John Jay Goes Biblical On Residents

Reports filtering out of the first-year residence say that a student’s radiator broke on the seventh floor, leading to flooding on floors 5-7. Photos of the cleanup and the evacuation after the jump.
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Sunday Sports Roundup

This week was quite a good one for Columbia athletics: heading into exams and the break, all of the men’s and women’s basketball and swimming/diving teams scored big victories. The men’s basketball team defeated Wagner, 102-91, Tuesday in a shootout, putting up the program’s most points against a Division I opponent since the 1976-77 season.  […]
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Bwoglines: Excitement!

Consequences of Manhattanville! (NYPost) Inefficient mayors! (New York Times) More tiny apartments! (NYPost) Chicken run in Midtown! (NYPost) Santas! So many Santas! (Gothamist)
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Spec The New Spec

Word has reached Bwog’s ears that our dead tree friends on the west side of Broadway have named their next managing board (#134!). According to tipsters, current Spectator design editor Ben Cotton will be the new editor-in-chief, while The Eye editor Thomas Rhiel will join him as managing editor. More to follow when more names […]
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Eminent Domain! Huh! What Is It Good For?

Today at noon a group of activists (and a bunch of reporters) gathered at Floridita to celebrate the recent decision by the New York State Court to annul claims of eminent domain in the Manhattanville area. Speakers included Manhattanville landowner Nicholas Sprayregen, lawyer Norman Siegel, and state senator Bill Perkins. Bwog was there with a […]
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Shalom Alone: XMAS! Review

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It Seemed to Just Fly By…

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Bwoglines: Believe It Or Not

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999?

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Teen Angst is Right Around the Corner

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John Jay Goes Biblical On Residents

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Sunday Sports Roundup

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Bwoglines: Excitement!

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Spec The New Spec

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Eminent Domain! Huh! What Is It Good For?

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