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Free Pizza and Red Bull in McBain Lounge

CCSC 2011 President Learned Foote writes to let us know that the council is celebrating the end of today’s CC exam with pizza and Red Bull (“for renewed studying”) in McBain Lounge today at 5 p.m.  “It’s primarily for sophomores, but if happy first-years want to join us, then that’s cool.”
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Friday Sports Roundup: Exam Edition

Even at Columbia, Reading Week doesn’t stop sports. Here’s the Friday Sports Roundup. Men’s Basketball: On Tuesday, the men’s team lost another close game, falling 59-57 to St. Francis, despite leading by seven with 4:30 to go in the game. Joe Bova led the team with 11 points and 9 rebounds. The weekend after exams, […]
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Bwog’s Extremely Scientific Approval Ratings: CCSC

The four undergraduate councils are halfway through their regimes, and Bwog thought that the best way to celebrate that would be by giving students a chance to sound off. With that, Bwog introduces its “Extremely Scientific Approval Ratings.” In the tradition of our exit polls, we want to know: Do you approve of the job […]
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FedEx: Navel Gazey Edition

The semester’s last issue of The Fed is out online! Advice for when you go home Chanukkah vs. Christmas Some vacation possibilities Courses you do not want to take Always remember, kids: when you ask the Blue and White‘s blog to link to you, leave out that you’ve made fun of us And congratulations to […]
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Orgo Night Fall ’08

It was a dark and stormy night — and o! the rain, did it pour — but a fair number of umbrella’d visitors came to Butler tonight for this semester’s Orgo Night. Hm, what had happened this semester? Bwog wondered, who or what will find itself or themselves at the butt of the Marching Band’s […]
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How’d You Like to Finish Your Paper Right Now?

A brilliant, brilliant friend of Bwog’s just informed us (well, reminded some of us) of this little life-changing trick: If you’re writing a paper and need another page or two but have nothing more to say (surely, we can all relate!), you should bump up all the periods to size 14 font. It’s impossible to […]
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Because Giving You the Day Off Would Be Silly

Let’s be honest, Columbia: most of you voted for Barack Obama, and many of you would like to see the swearing in of Columbia’s first graduate to reach the Oval Office. Sadly, though, the first day of classes falls on the same day (January 20) as the inauguration, leaving you to wonder “why not give […]
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CC Study Guide

Yesterday we posted a LitHum study guide in limerick form. Today, we move on to CC, where we’ve summarized some texts as text messages. Leave your own creations in the comments.  Machiavelli’s The Prince U wnt pwr? akwr ur state by ne meenz necesry n mak sur ur feerd n not luvd.  crush ur enmys […]
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2013 Early Decision Applicants Finding Out…NOW

According to the wonderfully neurotic obsessives over on College Confidential, today’s the day for Early Decision acceptances. If you thought your week was going badly, Bwog recommends stepping over for some healthy schadenfreude. The not-so-coveted “First Facebook Group” award goes to the members of the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee, who took advantage of already being at […]
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Better Living Through Gmail

In light of the tragic Cubmail Outrage, there have been several requests for us to re-run our tutorial on how to forward your Cubmail to your Gmail account. So, we proudly present “Better Living Through Gmail” by Mark Holden, way back from September 2006:  Being a Columbia student means dealing with e-mail. Craploads of it. […]
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Nice to Know: ROTC Results Broken Down by School

When the results of the NROTC survey were released last week, students complained that the results had been combined for CC, SEAS, and GS. While the breakdown may no longer matter that much, Bwog has finally obtained the percentage breakdown by school:    NO  YES  ABSTAIN CC  53.0%     46.8%   0.2%  SEAS  46.4%       53.6% […]
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About Your Cubmail

So we’ve gotten approximately 700 emails over the course of the last half-day or so relating to what you’re all calling The Cubmail Outrage. So, let’s see what’s happening here shall we? UPDATE 4:34 PM: There’s a new message on the CUIT website.  Full text after the jump, but the essence is “most mailboxes working, […]
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Friday Sports Roundup: Exam Edition

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FedEx: Navel Gazey Edition

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Orgo Night Fall ’08

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