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This Week in Procrastination: En Vogue Edition

Compiling the best of the meta lists since 2006. Monday Paul Muldoon: The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet will read selections of his poetry, followed by an interview.  501 Schermerhorn @ 8:00 PM. Tuesday Adam Kirsch [pdf]: The senior editor of The New Republic will discuss the lives of Allen Ginsberg and Lionel Trilling.  501 Schermerhorn @ […]
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AltSpec: Then Again Edition

They mean one thing but they say another: it’s this week’s AltSpec. They tried to provide us with health insurance, but they forgot to pay up. This Columbia grad likes what Obama has done for affirmative action, but he ends up pushing assimilation instead. It was built for the people, but might have done more […]
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Saturday Night Madness Hits Morningside

The campus hosted its fair share of emergency responders late Saturday night after two incidents at about 1 a.m. sent ambulances and police scurrying. A car accident involving a Columbia student pedestrian on 114th Street brought the first wave of flashing lights and sirens.  The student was crossing near the Carman gates when he was […]
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At Postcrypt(s), Love Was in the Air

Bwog’s Julia Mix Barrington checked in with the double feature at Postcrypt Coffeehouse and Postcrypt Art Gallery. What’s that you say?  You didn’t find your way down the winding stone steps of St. Paul’s Chapel to check out the Postcrypt LOVE show last night?  Well, here’s what you missed. Anthony da Costa serenaded full tables […]
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Men’s Basketball Wins at Penn

Not content with two wins in a row, the Columbia men’s basketball team made it three in a row last night, winning 74-63 at Penn in Philadelphia. It was the first win at Penn in seven years, and the first double digit win at Penn in two decades. Key contributions came from guards K.J. Matsui […]
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Help Find This Ipod!

B&W Features Editor Lydia DePillis sends in this artistic and moving plea discovered in the Woodbridge elevator.  Poor Isla has lost her mother Elaine’s iPod, and she’s offerring a reward (“and hug!”) to the kind soul who can help her find it.  Consider a lost iPod as an analogue to Cinderella’s glass slipper (not like […]
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Today, New York Rivals Vail, Montreal, Amsterdam

New York City is at a disadvantage  when it comes to winter sports, and the Department of Parks and Recreation (with its splendidly-named Commissioner, Adrian Benepe) is seeking to put this inadequacy to rights.  Today is Winter Jam!  Finally everyone can enjoy the 70-foot-long “Snow Flume” of which the City is otherwise deprived.  Cross-country skiing […]
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Three Great Religious Films Not Involving Mel Gibson and/or Anti-Semitism

School’s back in session and the economy’s in the tank. These are two simple truths. Now, plunged back into our workloads and faced with the utter futility of our studies, the lack of a bright tomorrow (though maybe a bright next-decade), it’s easy to despair. Well, despair not, because this week Bwog presents three films […]
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Friday Sports Roundup

Men’s Basketball: The men’s basketball team had one of its most successful weekends of the season, sweeping Yale and Brown on consecutive nights at home. Against Yale, Jason Miller’s 16 points and 10 rebounds led the Lions’ comeback from a nine point halftime deficit to win 53-42, while against Brown the team shot 52% in the second […]
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Barnard Professor Stops By “The Daily Show”

Barnard religion professor Randall Balmer just guaranteed himself best-selling author status. Appearing on The Daily Show last night to plug his latest book, God in the White House, Balmer talked with host Jon Stewart (and his well-heeled audience of 2 million) about how religion has shaped the modern American presidency. Balmer argues that voters have become […]
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Your Glass House Rocked

Bwog daily editor Chloe Eichler toured last night’s Glass House Rocks so you didn’t have to. After the fire alarms were shut off and the festivities ended, she filed this report. The theme of this year’s Glass House Rocks was “The Time Machine,” and the first sight to behold upon entering Lerner was a table […]
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LectureHop: Bruno Latour and the Global Paradox

LectureHopper Mark Hay sat in on Thursday’s presentation by noted sociologist Bruno Latour at the Heyman Center for the Humanities. He sends Bwog this dispatch from the event, a lively discussion of identity, ideology, and globalization. For those who have never hunkered down for an event in the Kraft Center’s Rennert Hall, a few words […]
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