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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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Barnard’s Admission Office Wants YOU!

Barnard shutterbugs: if you have a good feel for your school’s intrinsic spirit, take some pictures of campus life for the chance to win an iTunes gift certificate and eternal glory. BC’s Admission Office asks that you snap some “candid (real!)” photos of your life at Barnard — just in case you don’t know what […]
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Morningside Heights Officially Becomes Park Slope

Hark! Bwog stumbled upon something new outside of everyone’s favorite place to wait online on Sunday mornings, Community Food & Juice: a new “stroller parking” section, which can be found outside the entrance along a metal bar of scaffolding. That’s right, here in New York City’s more family-friendly crevices, we don’t have parking for cars, […]
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Attend Tonight’s Blue and White Meeting!

Tonight: Blue and White meeting, 9:30 PM, catacombs of St. Paul’s Chapel. We’ll be opening the floor to pitches for our upcoming April issue, meaning there will be many opportunities to claim and suggest article ideas. The meeting will, of course, also include the time-honored traditions of finger-jousting (pictured at right) and cookies. Writers, editors, […]
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UPenn Has Meningitis?

As Spec has noted, Barnard students have received an email advisory warning about a meningicoccal meningitis outbreak at UPenn in the past few days. “If you attended an event on the University of Pennsylvania campus between February 2, 2009 and February 13, 2009,” wrote Barnard Health Services Director Brenda Slade, “please contact Barnard Health Services […]
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The Market Basket: Morton vs. Westside

As the effects of the recession sink in, your dollars become even more valuable. “The Market Basket” will save you the time of remembering where to get the best bang for your buck. We start with a simple question: Morton or Westside? Ah, the perennial question: convenience or Neil Diamond? Today, we take another look […]
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Today Might Be A Good Day to Return Your Library Books

A crop of books are due back at Columbia’s libraries today, and if you don’t give them back or renew them, you pay a quarter a day. That’s a Snickers bar you lose every three days your books sit collecting dust in your room. Oh, and if you lost what you need to give back, […]
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Outer-Borough Overheard

A young woman and man meet outside Ferris and engage in a ferocious round of small talk. Girl: I only had one class today! So, yeah, I’m not too busy today. Guy: Oh man, awesome! Wow! You could do anything today. You could even go to Brooklyn! But only if she flies “second to the […]
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Academic Freedom, Palestine and SDS All Before Lunch

Today, a group of faculty members sent a letter with 120 professor signatures regarding PrezBo’s “silence regarding academic freedom in Palestine.” While the last Israel/Palestine student rally may not have exactly been of 1968-proportions (ah, but what is these days), the faculty list has many well-known professors, including Lila Abu-Lughod, Gil Anidjar, Richard Bulliet, Yinon […]
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QuickSpec: Empty Spec Edition

Spec doesn’t have much for us this chilly February morning, but we’ll be adding more later as the site is updated throughout the day. Bwog can attribute this lack to the rather loud murmurs we’ve been hearing about an online Spec redesign, which we’ll be filling you in on later. In the meantime, here’s all […]
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Hamilton Decked Out By Kindly Giant

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UPenn Has Meningitis?

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