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QuickSpec: Help! Edition

And now my life has changed: I used to write screenplays. My independence seems to vanish when crime pays. But every now and then my shot-selection’s poor, I know that I just need space like I’ve never done before. Help me if you can, my grades are down And I do appreciate your work gets […]
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Guide to the Weekend: Welcome Back/Fine Dining Edition

Barack Obama is President. It’s your first weekend back in New York City. You don’t have any homework yet. Pick your reason, and go party! Friday, Saturday, & Sunday Taschen Books Warehouse Sale Friday & Saturday 11am-8pm, Sunday noon-8pm: Taschen Store NY, 107 Greene St. (212.226.2212) Taschen, renowned art book publishers, slash their price 50-75%.  […]
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Nate Silver Alert!

Communal fake-boyfriend/dishy stats wizard Nate Silver has been spotted in Hamilton Hall! After some frantic Googling, Bwog’s discovered that Silver’s in town to give a lecture about election website methodology at Lincoln Center from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.  If Silver’s still in Hamilton, that means there’s still time to head down to catch the […]
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Opening Remarks: Inauguration Edition…Again

Bwog humbly presents part two in this semester’s anthology of professors’ opening remarks.  Alfred MacAdam, Latin American Literature in Translation While talking about the mysterious fourth floor of Barnard’s Milbank Hall “I don’t know what they do with all those mirrors up there. Reminds me of Mae West – do you guys know who she […]
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Overpriced, So-So Italian Now On Flex!

An Intrepid Bwog agent just discovered this sign outside of Campo:   Not sure where Campo is quoting Flex from, but mark your calendars, anyway. It may not be coming on campus, but this is the next best thing. 
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Law School Professor Dampens Guantanamo Party

President Obama signed an executive order closing overseas CIA prisons and Guantanamo today, promising that the prison will be out of operation within a year. Matthew Waxman, Columbia law professor and former detainee affairs official for the Bush administration, had a few pointers. Waxman has been calling for the end of Guantanamo for a while, […]
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D-Lite of Our Eyes: A Tasti Retrospective

We know, you’re devastated, and need time to mourn. But please forgive us this small commemoration, a look back at all the moments Tasti and Bwog have had together, in the last post until something else actually happens (we promise!). In the beginning, a pair of intrepid freshwomen embarked on a three-day Tasti-only diet, to […]
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QuickSpec: The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

The Columbia bureaucracy may be untangled for professors… …but you’ll be seeing them more on Friday. You can preserve your memory, but must forgo doughnuts. A college sport created a coherent playoff system, but it’s not football.
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I, You Know, Can’t

Daughter of Camelot Caroline Kennedy officially withdrew her bid for Hillary Clinton’s senate seat around midnight last night, ending her bungled campaign of not answering questions and irritating verbal tics. The Kennedy camp has not answered any questions about the unexpected move (see previous sentence), but the New York Times and the NY Post are […]
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Don’t Worry, It’s Only $3 Million

And yet more benjamins go up in smoke. Earlier this afternoon, Columbia confirmed a Bloomberg News report that it had “uncovered” a $3 million loss in its law school endowment tied to Bernie Madoff. Madoff is currently out on bail for what many are calling the largest Ponzi scheme in history. The $3 million is […]
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Lawsuit Filed by Manhattanville Holdout

Nick Sprayregen, one of two property owners resisting the  the Manhattanville expansion project, filed a suit today against the Empire State Development Corporation, claiming that the ESDC made various errors in the process of deciding that eminent domain laws apply to the Manhattanville area, allowing the state to seize it and sell to Columbia. According […]
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Why Tasti Left, And What Could Replace It

Suggesting that frozen-yogurt customers are perhaps less than loyal, Tasti D-Lite experienced a 75% decline in sales in the first semester before abruptly departing campus this past Friday. Was it off-campus flex? The introduction of (more popular) Pinkberry? The economy? We’ll probably never know. As for what would go in its place, Columbia Dining Services […]
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