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CB9 to Columbia: Drop Dead!

Bwog’s James Rathmell reports from CB9’s meeting. Earlier this evening, Community Board 9 unanimously voted against the passing of the $150 million Community Benefits Agreement for the Manhattanville expansion.  Created to address several of the problems Columbia has run into with local residents, the CBA would have allowed for $150 million to be allotted in […]
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Free Pizza in JJ Lounge

Free Pizza! Now! Go! John Jay Lounge! For Freshman Academic Connection…? We’ll take it!
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QuickJest: Didn’t Ya Hear, There’s A Recession!

The newest issue of The Jester will hit news stands tomorrow with a shocking title. Who knew there was a recession on? For the inside scoop, you can check out the pdf version tonight.  You know what else is new? You’re about to graduate from college! And even if you’re not, the real world is […]
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Professors Win Things

Our heartiest congratulations to professors James Leighton and Mark Mazower, the newest recipients of the Mark Van Doren and Lionel Trilling Awards, respectively. The awards were doled out by the Columbia College Academic Awards Committee, which is made up of 10 CC students who have overseen the selection process throughout the year. Leighton is a Chemistry […]
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Free Wine and Sophistication

The Visual Arts Class of 2009 will have a double celebration for their work and thesis exhibitions today. The most artistically inclined among us will be hosting Open Studios at Watson Hall at 612 115th Street and Broadway from 4-6. The Thesis Exhibition Opening will follow from 6-8 at the Neiman Gallery in Dodge. Remember […]
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Last Blue and White Meeting of the Year: It’s A Fun One!

The staff of the Blue and White kindly requests the pleasure of your company at our last general body meeting of the school year, tonight, at 9:30 PM in the catacombs of St. Paul’s Chapel. Join us as we bid adieu to the class of 2009 (picture in formal attire at right). We’ll provide the […]
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Senior Wisdom: Sarah Besnoff

Our series continues with SGA President Sarah Besnoff. Name, School: Sarah Besnoff, Barnard College Claim to fame: Student Government Association President, Columbia Urban Experience Coordinator, Peace by PEACE volunteer Post-grad plans: Eventually: law school, local politics in Philly; Now: Looking for a job in New York and moving into an apartment with my CUE Co-Coordinator […]
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Bring Out the SEAS Pirate in You

Today, from 12-2 on Low Plaza (rain location in Carleton), ESC will be hosting its annual end-of-year BBQ. The theme is “SEAS the Day” and you’ll get free food, t-shirts, and SEAS pride in abundance. Plus, if you’re a senior, you can enter the Senior Class Boat Building Competition and try to float a boat […]
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Call for Closing Remarks

Finally, blissfully, it’s that time again. Today is the last day of classes for the year, and your professors should have something to say about it.  As always, please send the sweet/sad/insane words they send you off with to tips@bwog.net or post in the comments thread.  
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QuickSpec: Surprises Are Everywhere Edition

“I was never supposed to be editor in chief of the Spectator.” “I wasn’t supposed to end up in this place.”  There are fun things to do in New York City in the summer It’s not a very good time for small businesses. You’re not going anywhere, Crackdel.  “I like Columbia.” 
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Senior Wisdom: Jacob Weaver

Before they start working to pay off their student loans, Bwog humbly asks for departing seniors’ thoughts and advice.  Read the rest of this year’s here. Name, School: Jacob Weaver, CC/GSAS Claim to fame: Former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Politics & Society and Treasurer of ABC Post-grad plans: I’ve been working on my MA […]
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Coulter Visit Meets Some BDSM

 Image via Salon.com The hidden forces around Columbia are readying themselves for the arrival of that mistress of madness Ann Coulter on Monday.  But oh, twist!  Conversio Virium, the BDSM campus group known for its sex toy demos, will be hosting author Kate Bornstein starting sixty minutes after the Coulter debacle.  She’ll be talking about […]
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Senior Wisdom: Sarah Besnoff

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Bring Out the SEAS Pirate in You

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Call for Closing Remarks

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