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QuickSpec: Sometime In The Near-Future Edition

You wake up in your 30th floor Park West Village apartment before having breakfast at Whole Foods downstairs. You think about riding the subway to work, but economic hardship has forced the city to cut your local line. You instead hop into your green-roofed, solar-powered, bamboo car and take off for Columbia. You park near […]
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Lecture Hop: Pabst and Zadie Smith(s)

Bwog’s Spirits-and-Scrolls Correspondent Anna Kelner attended a reading at the Ding Dong Lounge by author Zadie Smith. Provided with the opportunity to luxuriate under dimly lit chandeliers, splurge on a $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon, and hear one of Granta’s best 20 young authors of 2003 read from an unpublished novel, MFA students tore themselves away […]
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Guide to the Weekend: 80-Degree Edition

 -Via Tribeca Film Festival The City temperature will finally breach the 80s this weekend. It’s a perfect opportunity to get out! Friday Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Friday 6pm seating (8:15pm showing), World Financial Center Plaza North Cove (212-945-0505) In honor of the film’s fortieth anniversary, the Tribeca film festival is sponsoring a free […]
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Female Alumnae Praising SEAS and Decorating the 1 Train

Remember Miss Subway competitions? No, because they were discontinued after 1976 (save a one year revival in 2004). But we should all pretend to be nostalgic for them now that, with the help of a tipster, we have found a former Columbia student winner! After extensive research (read: some Googling), we know nothing about the […]
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LectureHop: But I Don’t Wanna Be a Lawyer!

Bored with hearing lawyers talk about law, the Columbia Pre-Law Society held a Q&A Tuesday night with Steven Chaikelson, director of the Theater Management and Production Program at the School of the Arts. Bwog’s Lawyers In Disguise Specialist James Rathmell was there to hear his story. Though the Columbia Pre-Law Society has been pushing for […]
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EyePoke: Columbia Questions You May or May Not Ask Yourself

 -Via the Eye How does the Christian minority (also known as almost 80 percent of our country) do it? Does John Jay Dining abuse animals? Trick question: you’re an animal, so yes. How is the Barnard dance department academic? Why would Ben Folds do A Cappella?  
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Turning Japanese: Best Cheap Sushi From A Box

Bwog’s Japanese Culture in Small, Enclosed Units Specialist Liz Naiden has evaluated the sushi of Morningside, and she has some surprising results. Pre-made sushi is the best food from a box (though only the second best thing that can be in a box) there ever could be. It’s refreshing, healthy, readily available, and you can […]
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QuickSpec: People in Power

 -Via Alternative Film Guide PrezBo says he reads Bwog…and brings out his puppy again (getting a little old). A Morningsider will run SEAS. Spar does not bring any puppies to her chat. Next year’s slate of CCSCers celebrate.
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CCSC Election Results: A Sue Yang Victory, etc.!

The results are in: Sue Yang is your new CCSC president, and Cliff Massey and Aki Terasaki have won their respective class council races. Massey defeated incumbent president AJ Pascua with 64% of the vote, while running mate Eve Phan won the vice-presidency over current 2010 rep Valerie Sapozhnikova. It was not a clean sweep […]
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Alums Want YOU To Spend A Couple Thou’

Want to go to the Venice Biennale this year, you eager little Art History major you? Uh, YES. Well, the Columbia Alumni Association can take you!  Kinda, sorta, ish. They can take you to all sorts of cool events once you’re already there. In order to get to Venice, they recommend that you… spend your […]
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BREAKING: Ann Coulter Coming to Columbia

Let’s be honest: this semester’s been pretty lacking for controversial speakers. Until now, that is. Yes, famous author, commentator, and hater-of-all-latte-sipping-liberals Ann Coulter is coming to Columbia this May 4th. Coulter is being brought by the Columbia College Republicans and the Columbia Conservative Forum, with assistance from Young America’s Foundation and the Clare Booth Luce […]
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CCSC Elections Board Denies 2010 Election Complaint

If The Party Party wins its race against The Clear Party, it won’t be because of disqualification. According to Elections Board President James Bogner, early this morning, the CCSC Elections Board and current CCSC president George Krebs ruled that “there was not sufficient evidence presented by The Party to prove that the Clear Party, ‘encouraged, […]
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