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Columbia Ranked #3 Dream College!

The Princeton Review’s venerated “College Hopes and Worries” survey has hit the e-news stands, and apparently Columbia is every student’s “dream school.” That makes you feel a little better about your life and your lottery number, now doesn’t it? Bwog is proud – can we get a little ROAR? Only Harvard and Stanford were voted […]
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St. John’s the Museum

 -Photo courtesy of CityRoom Every ArtHum student knows that St. John the Divine is a goldmine for statues, painting, and generally beautiful stuff. But even if you’re not an old hand at looking at old pretty things, it’s certainly worth taking a walk down the street to see St. John’s new additions to the displayed […]
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It’s Officially Spring!

Bwog’s Seasonal Transition Team has been awaiting this moment for weeks, and the day has finally come. The South Lawn is beginning to show signs of life, emerging as we speak from her long hibernation.  More pictures of the disrobing after the jump. 
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QuickSpec: But You Can’t Hide

Plan B’s an abortion, masquerading as birth control? Not a vitamin for the average infrequently but recently laid college girl? Written sequel to the movie Goodfellas discovered under ruse cover of history prof’s new book. Unfortunately, another unlikely goldmine found in Roget’s Thesaurus (all the gossip you could ever want, seriously) is written in invisible […]
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Talib Kweli to Play Bacchanal ’09

Late-breaking news for music fans: Talib Kweli will be part of this year’s Bacchanal. A tipster noted earlier today that his website listed a show at Columbia on April 18th, and Bacchanal board members confirmed this evening that the MC will be one of the artists. No word was forthcoming, though, on who the other […]
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ESC Elections Wrap-Up: “Heart,” “Persistence,” “Bullshit”

You know the results, but what about the grit and passion of the battle? Bwog Election Sentinel Sean Zimmermann was on the scene last night (and this morning) as ESC chose its new council. Last night, ESC gathered to elect the council’s new executive board. Whitney Green, the current council Secretary, ran against Gunnar Aasen […]
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Study Day Plans Interfered with by “The Man”

While you despair/rejoice/fret over your housing number, some other news to take your mind off singles and square feet: the “Study Day Project” has been resolved! Presumptive CCSC President Sue Yang filled Bwog in on the details: Registrar John Carter and Brady Sloan have determined that there will be 2 study days next semester: Tuesday, […]
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Housing Numbers Are Up!

Take a deep breath and log into your application. Your number is under Registration Summary. All those who wait for Housing to e-mail the alert first are and always will be fools. But where is the entire list? Knowing everyone else’s business is so cathartic. Never mind! Read it and quite literally weep. The winners […]
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Free Food: Diasporic Dinner

Some students will spend tonight locked in their rooms, sobbing over the phone to their mothers about their housing lottery numbers. But if you find comfort in the company of others, or maybe just in edible free crap, consider the African Diasporic Literary Society! Tonight it offers a free dinner in the Malcolm X Lounge […]
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Beat the Birds!

You came to Columbia for the unique and rich pit of cultural fabulosity that is New York City. Naysayers from your hometown warned you about subway muggings, ridiculous food prices, and deadly air quality, but you weren’t scared. You were prepared. Except for the one thing they never tell you about: the pesky problem of […]
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QuickSpec: Exciting and New Edition

Without government-sponsored education programs, our kids will spend all their free time staging elaborate twenty-car pileups with Hot Wheels. Opening Columbia offices in China and Jordan proves to be a lot less hassle than opening any in Manhattanville. The new breed of campus band is scrappy, ambitious, and can be found in your laundry room. […]
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Lecture Hop: Michael Pollan

Bwog Official Omnivore Julia Mix Barrington skipped out of a “riveting lab session” hoping to catch a glimpse of Michael Pollan’s bald head. When she actually got to hear him speak, she was so happy she sent in this report. Warning: this Lecture Hop includes incinerated woodchuck. I joined middle-aged Upper West Side intellectuals, American […]
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Columbia Ranked #3 Dream College!

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St. John’s the Museum

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It’s Officially Spring!

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QuickSpec: But You Can’t Hide

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Talib Kweli to Play Bacchanal ’09

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Housing Numbers Are Up!

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Free Food: Diasporic Dinner

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QuickSpec: Exciting and New Edition

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