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UWriting Prof Writes/Draws Awesome Book

 – Photo via New York Former UWriting teacher Reif Larsen has escaped the Core’s clutches and gone on to greater things, as publishers absolutely lost their minds over his debut The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet, which is about a 12 year old boy who obsessively draws everything he sees. Larsen’s book is a collage […]
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Overheard: Taking on the Stars

– Photo via AllPosters.com Apparently, James Franco was hanging out Butler 209 last night. From some onlookers: Football Player: “Is that James Franco over there?” Girl: “Yeah, why?” Football Player: “I wanna fight him!” Careful now, Mr. Jock: young Franco has experience.
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CCSC Elections Deadline No Longer Near

Procrastinating student politicos might have been surprised to discover that, until last night, the deadline for CCSC elections registration was this Friday. So little time! Now, though, in order to increase the number of candidates, CC’s Elections Board has pushed the filing deadline back to Friday, March 6th, a full two weeks later. According to […]
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New Bicycle Cult on Campus?

Carved into the marble outside Butler Library: “The bicycle is a mysterious organism!”  Although COBOP leader applications are due today, as of yet no evidence has come to light implicating the freshman orientation program in this or any other acts of bicycle worship.
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Quickspec: Insecurities Edition

Empty shops on Broadway are like my empty soul. If only I could still crawl into a dessert empanada and close the crust forever.    Successes of some other school in sports. But resist burning your room full of Columbia sports fan paraphernalia, the messiah will save us from ruin! And look, I�ve got a […]
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Empanada Joe’s Flops, Now Nada

 – Photo by MEQ And Famiglia is once again without a neighbor. A few days ago, Bwogger Mariela Quintana noticed that Empanada Joe’s had papered over their windows, but had left all of its furniture in place. At first, Bwog was unsure whether the store had departed or was merely remodeling. However, tech-savvy Bwoggers noticed […]
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Free Food In The Time Of Recession

What do you do when there’s an economic catastrophe? Your answer may determine where you get your free food tonight. For tips from the eye of the storm, try the “Entrepreneurship & Innovation” panel at 6:30 on Lerner Ramp West. They’ll be offering refreshments to distract you from the horror stories you’re hearing, but free food is free food. […]
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Flex Rejected Here (And Everywhere)

Bwog Sewage Specialist Jon Hill sends this picture from a gutter on 113th Street, where dreams find their final resting place. The Off-Campus Flex Affair has been one long and painful breakup between Columbia students and every eating establishment for miles, but this sort of cruelty to Ms. Card is uncalled for. Note the broken […]
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Jeffrey Sachs Is Everywhere!

 – Photo via The Earth Institute It’s not uncommon to see Columbia’s celebrity economist in the news, but three times in one day? First, “the noted economist” tell the Press Trust of India (India’s AP) that India needs to spend more money stimulating the economy to ensure a quick recovery. Sounds kinda like what a […]
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Hamilton Decked Out By Kindly Giant

A concerned member of the Columbia Fashion Police (also known as the Oxymoron Squad) has alerted Bwog to Alexander Hamilton’s new accessory. It’s certainly fetching, but is it a political statement? That depends on whether it’s meant to be an army patrol cap, a newsboy cap, or (the likeliest candidate) a brimmed tam o’shanter.  This also might just be the latest way […]
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SIC(K) Housing

Everyone’s favorite lottery process, also known as “Housing,” has begun, and the housing office announced two new SICs opening up next year. That’s Special Interest Communities, for you rising sophomores who haven’t looked them up during your desperate search for a single. On top of the seven others that will roll over from 2008 (there […]
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QuickSpec: Far Away Lands Edition

After months of anticipation, today’s QuickSpec comes to you from the uncharted territories of the Spectator’s brand new website, featuring bigger text, grayer pages, and the niftiest headline crawl this side of CNN. Spec EIC Melissa Repko and managing editor Elizabeth Simins told Bwog, “We expect that it will take a week or two to tweak the […]
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UWriting Prof Writes/Draws Awesome Book

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Overheard: Taking on the Stars

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CCSC Elections Deadline No Longer Near

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New Bicycle Cult on Campus?

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Quickspec: Insecurities Edition

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Empanada Joe’s Flops, Now Nada

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Free Food In The Time Of Recession

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Flex Rejected Here (And Everywhere)

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Hamilton Decked Out By Kindly Giant

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