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Justice Served at 120th

A tipster informs us that Law & Order (or possibly one of its spinoffs) is once again shooting around Union Theological Seminary, at the corner of 120th and Claremont. Unfortunately, the brilliant floodlights that are apparently completely necessary for filming have stymied attempts at a photo. Some things never change. Ever.
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Those Bags Outside M. Dubs? Dinner.

While tripping on home tonight, Bwog noticed a curious sight: a small woman in a puffy coat unloading a plastic bag full of apples onto the bales of recycling outside Morton Williams. What’s more, she was being filmed, by people with professional-looking cameras and everything. Her name is Janet Kalish, and she’s a freegan, and […]
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Friday Sports Roundup: Men’s Basketball Comes Home

Men’s Basketball: The men’s basketball team (8-12, 3-3 Ivy League) looked to be riding high last Friday, as they beat Penn in Philly, 74-63. Jason Miller had a stellar 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lions as they pulled away in the 2nd half. The next night, though, saw the Lions suffer their […]
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Guide to the Weekend: Friday-the-13th/Valentine’s Day Edition

For perhaps the most coincidental calendar arrangement all year, accord it due celebration with these weekend tips:  Friday, Saturday, and Sunday  Barney’s Warehouse Sale Weekends 10am-7pm, Barney’s Co-op 255 W. 17th Street btw 7th and 8th Aves. Save 50-75% off on all Barney’s designer merchandise.  The sale runs through Sunday March 1st – get there […]
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Bwog Personals: Start of Something Wonderful

We asked you. You nominated them. They bothered to reply. And just like that, the first round of Bwog Personals is here. All interested parties should contact Bwog via e-mail and we’ll provide $10.54 for the date. (That’s right — in light of these tough economic times, we’ve begun adjusting for inflation. Just try not […]
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From Netflix’s Heart to Yours

Picking out a date movie can be tough, and with Valentine’s Day weekend here already, you don’t have too much time left to select something the two of you will both enjoy. Bwog knows as well as you do that the right movie can make all the difference, and since she has no date this […]
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QuickSpec: Greasy Spoon Edition

Two restaurants, over easy, with a side of conflict Flip-flop flap jacks Student-roasted turkey with in-the-red peppers Huevos desnudos, comes with no dressing Game Day chili made with bacon. Mmm, bacon…
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PrezBo’s Fireside Chat: Let Them See Dogs

Bwog’s David Berke ventured into the PrezBo abode for the latest fireside chat. President Bollinger hosted another fireside (though there is no fireplace) chat this evening, bringing undergraduates to his mansion for an hour-long discussion of campus concerns. The catered event, with ornate hors d’oeuvres and apple cider poured from stylish silver dispensers by black-tied […]
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Off-Beat: Valentine’s Day Edition

Welcome to Off-Beat, Bwog’s column for jazz both on and off campus.  Our jazz correspondent Justin Vlasits will be focusing primarily on events that are “off the beaten path,” trying to give a picture of the New York jazz scene without talking about the big names playing at expensive clubs like the Blue Note, Iridium […]
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EyePoke: Hot Air Edition

The Eye website is still under construction, but you can access a pdf of this week’s issue to find out about hot air powering everything from balloons to cartoon boys. Columbia Grad students are charting the universe…with hot air balloons? (Pg. 4) The Columbia boys are powered by hot air, at least in this cartoon. […]
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Hillary Clinton to Be Barnard Commencement Speaker

Seems that Hillary Clinton can’t get enough of Barnard: Barnard President Debora Spar just announced via email that the new Secretary of State (and former Senator, presidential candidate, and first lady) has agreed to give the commencement address at Barnard this spring. Clinton will also receive the Barnard Medal of Distinction – past recipients include […]
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Economy Hits Economists, Economist on Economy

The Wall Street Journal reports that Columbia’s Economics department, along with Econ departments across the country, is hiring no new economists this year. Last year, Columbia made nine new hires, eight of whom were snagged from other schools. Economists can generally make more working for the government or the private sector, but, for obvious reasons, […]
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From Netflix’s Heart to Yours

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