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Missed Connections: Ornithological Edition

I am looking for the bird that was in the tree by Avery during the snow we had on Wednesday, January 28. You looked so magnificent in the stormy weather, I wanted to take your picture. But I did not have my camera with me. You had your feathers fluffed and looked cold, but your […]
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QuickSpec: Loosen Up Edition

Oh, let them smoke what they want in the off-season. The end to violence in the Middle East begins in Earl Hall. CCSC vows to become more relevant by telling you what classes to avoid, nearly one month after the start of classes. Quit being so awkward and talk to us, Columbia.  
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Tonight’s Memorial for Eric Harms

Tonight marked the memorial for Eric Harms — officially, it began at 8:07 pm (his birthday was August 7th.) As students had begun to congregate, a slideshow created by his classmates played on a screen, and jazz, his favorite type of music, played in the background.  Two of Harms’s fellow class council members approached the […]
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Bwog Personals: Just in Time for Valentine’s!

Yes, this Saturday is Valentine’s Day, with all its chocolate boxes, schlocky promises, renewed vows, and phlegm-filled PDAs. Oh, and single people get to feel just that extra bit lonelier (sure, some singles may feel a bit happier to be “free,” but isn’t that just too cynical, even for Columbia?). Fear not – your single […]
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MoMA Really Wants You To See Free Art

Columbians can take pleasure in the fact that unlike those who reside outside our hallowed gates, our handy CUIDs allows us a wealth of free culture — terrible economy be damned.  MoMA is anticipating that many locals will not be as keen as they may have been before to fork over $20 for a few […]
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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 left right) and cookies. Writers, […]
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In Defense of…Cabs

Our semi-regular In Defense Of… feature returns today with Bwog daily editor Eliza Shapiro’s look at a New Yorker’s favorite guilty pleasure and a subject of much debate amongst college students with limited funds: the taxi ride.  Yeah, we know cabs are more expensive than the subway and we know there’s a recession. We read […]
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New Library Widget Revealed!

Because Butler doesnt weigh you down enough when you’re actually there: get the brand new LibX toolbar Firefox extension and you’ll never have to leave. Basically, LibX allows you to access CLIO while you’re innocently perusing any other website. You can also look for the Columbia crown logo when youre on Amazon or Barnes&Noble to […]
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Burgers at Ferris?

Looks like the dining options at Ferris Booth continue to change – Bwog tipsters report that the Ferris pizza station has been replaced with a burger grill! Bwog’s not sure yet whether it’s only a lunch thing, but there are three options available – veggie, turkey, and regular – along with a variety of condiments. […]
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Another Gates Scholarship for Columbia

Our heartiest congratulations to Emily Rose Jordan, CC ’09, on becoming the second Columbian in two days to win the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Jordan, who is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa, will pursue a PhD in Experimental Psychology at Cambridge next year. A Chicago native, Jordan studied psychology and anthropology (see, it is […]
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Lunch-ternatives

Today, in the Philosophy Hall Graduate Student Lounge, Columbia offers you an event advertised as “casual, fun, and delightful.” Sound like something you might be interested in? Sure it does! Take an hour from 12:30-1:30 to take in another viewing of the Lunchtime Concerts series as the Chiara String Quartet performs K. 458 of Mozart’s […]
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QuickSpec: Cheap Shot Edition

A condo rises in Morningside Park, some people freak out, some people don’t PrezBo makes a joke! Columbia loses to Princeton in basketball: cant we just stop competing with them at everything? Some English majors spend a lot of time on the internet searching for books by tone, tense, and action categories. Justice: “a porcupine […]
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Missed Connections: Ornithological Edition

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QuickSpec: Loosen Up Edition

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Tonight’s Memorial for Eric Harms

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MoMA Really Wants You To See Free Art

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Attend Tonight’s Blue and White Meeting

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In Defense of…Cabs

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New Library Widget Revealed!

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Burgers at Ferris?

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Another Gates Scholarship for Columbia

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