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Profs Sign Stuff About Gaza

While student groups may still be in the planning stages of any events about the Gaza conflict, some more Columbia professors have voiced their opposition to Israel’s actions, signing an open letter to Barack Obama written by USC English professor David Lloyd. Among the approximately 800 signatories are 14 Columbia faculty members, including: Anthro professor […]
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More Columbia Students Winning Awards

And you thought cell phones were only for what the kids call “texting”: six SIPA students, in partnership with UNICEF, have received the first-place award in the US Agency for International Development’s “Development 2.0 Challenge” for their project incorporating cell phones in monitoring child malnutrition. According to their project proposal, the students intend to replace […]
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Father Richard Neuhaus Dead

Two years ago, when New York named its five most influential intellectuals in New York, three of the five had direct connections to Columbia. The first two were well-known professors Jeffrey Sachs and Brian Greene, but Bwog pauses today to remember the third Columbia presence on that list, Father Richard Neuhaus, who died today at […]
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Profs Talk About Gaza

As you may have heard, there’s a bit of a to-do in Gaza right now. Being an utterly uncontroversial source for Israel-Palestine conflict analysis, Columbia hasn’t been able to keep its name out of the media, with several professors offering their thoughts on the latest clash. Some samples: Just before the start of the conflict, […]
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Winter Break Sports Roundup

Several of Columbia’s teams aren’t competing right now, but the basketball and wrestling teams have kept going over the break. Men’s Basketball: The men’s basketball has had a tough winter break, losing 4 of 5 games during the break. In the Aeropastale Holiday Festival, the team lost to ACC power Virginia Tech 64-52 before beating […]
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Swish to Merge Menus with Tomo?

Many of you have notified us (and Spec reported earlier) that Swish has suddenly closed, though only temporarily. Some speculated it might be for health code violations, while others chalked it up to a changing look. Bwog tipster Zack Sheppard suggests it may be closer to the latter, and the changes will be culinary as […]
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Your (Rest of) Winter Break Art Guide

For those of you in the city during break, Bwog art correspondent Kristina Budelis fills you in on what’s happening at the museums and galleries around town: After weeks of dreaming about break, followed by a few more weeks of blithe freedom, some students may yearn to spice up the cycle of sleeping, eating, job […]
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DSpar Blames Economic Crash on Testosterone, Men In General

“Let me begin with the caveats: I like men,” writes Barnard’s president in today’s Washington Post, “But as the financial debacle unfolds, I can’t help noticing that all the perpetrators of the greatest economic mess in eight decades are, well, men.” Oh yes, you may have heard many other explanations for the Wall Street crisis: […]
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New Year News Roundup

A quick roundup of some of headlines that appeared in our inbox in the past few days: For all those who have resolved to go to get fit in the new year, there may be no better example of the benefits than Barack Obama – he began his now-famous commitment to fitness as a senior […]
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We’ve Been Redesigned!

Dear readers, After more than two years with the same front page, we have decided that Bwog is in need of another makeover. The new version will be launching today, and we’ve kept pretty much all of the features that we had before, merely reorganizing them for an even more streamlined look. We have added […]
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Bwog’s New Year Resolutions

With the New Year just under ten hours away (for East Coasters), Bwog waves goodbye to 2008. If you’re around New York, and enjoy a big party, there’s always the Times Square celebration (where police expect a million people this year).  We have already written our year in review, but the new year also brings […]
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Local Assemblyman Takes On The Kennedys

Caroline Kennedy may be attracting all the national attention in the quest to replace Hillary Clinton’s Senate seat, Governor (and CC alumnus) David Paterson has not limited himself to famous last names. Yesterday, according to City Room, Paterson interviewed local Assemblyman Daniel J. O’Donnell, adding O’Donnell’s name to a list that includes Kennedy, attorney general […]
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Profs Sign Stuff About Gaza

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More Columbia Students Winning Awards

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Father Richard Neuhaus Dead

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Profs Talk About Gaza

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Winter Break Sports Roundup

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Swish to Merge Menus with Tomo?

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Your (Rest of) Winter Break Art Guide

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New Year News Roundup

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