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Name, School: Sherif Farrag, CC Claim to fame: National and international fencing, Co-captain Varsity Fencing, Turath VP, MSA OCM Post-grad plans: I hope to live my ambitions, conquer my dreams. What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1) I will not work on an assignment or study for an exam until the last possible […]
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Available right now on Lerner ramps: free Red Bull as part of a promotion for the new Sam Raimi horror flick, Drag Me to Hell (stylized poster at right). Hey, it’s got to be better than Spiderman 3.
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Whilst you sit in Butler wishing for a perfect storm to disrupt your finals, take comfort in the fact that such miracles can occur. This morning, the final exam for Physics V1202 (the second required semester of non-engineering general physics) was interrupted by a real live fire alarm in Pupin.  Or was it?  A prankster […]
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But only if you’re in the Law School or SIPA. Columbia’s Office of Communications and Public Affairs announced the complete list of Class Speakers today, and joining Attorney General Eric Holder are many other famous names to prop up the 22 various Class Day and Commencement ceremonies taking place between this Saturday (the B-School) and […]
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Have you heard about this new movie? We think it’s called something like, “Star Trek”? In case you missed the $50 million marketing campaign that has included everything from fast-food “Kingons” to Trek-themed Eggo waffles, the New York Times gave you another chance to join in the hype this weekend with an op-ed from Columbia […]
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A tipster passes along the work of a Lehman Library jokester.  
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At around 11:45, eager pillow-bearers began to congregate on the Butler lawn for the 4th annual Primal Scream/Pillow Fight, which this year featured over a hundred combatants. One claimed to have “stretched all day for this,” while several others wore capes. At about a minute before midnight, the two sides charged screaming towards each other, […]
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The new issue of the Blue and White is on a Butler desk or newstand near you! Daniel Libeskind is one of the world’s most famous architects, having designed some of the most striking buildings of the past two decades, including Berlin’s Jewish Museum, the extension to the Denver Art Museum, and Toronto’s Michael Lee-Chin […]
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As mentioned last night, tonight sees the newest tradition on this fair campus: the Spring Pillow Fight. Bring your finest goose down, and hope a quill doesn’t stick you in the eye.  If hitting people without reprecussions is not your cup o’ tea, then you can vent your frustrations verbally by participating in the Primal […]
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Thanks to one of the few female graduates in the early days of the law school, copyright law was blessed with the “fair use” clause.  Here’s to in-class movies and music. Measles, mumps, and rubella are frightening now, but as a child you would have preferred putting off your immunization visits to being saved from […]
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Congratulations to badanalogyguy, the first-round winner of the Bwog Comment Competition. Employing what might best be termed a “brute force” strategy, badanalogyguy hammered away with comment after comment until a witty one slipped through. It’s sort of like when sperm besieges an egg until… Eh, we’ll leave the analogies to him. Bwog selected badanalogyguy from […]
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Okay, so you have been in Butler for three days straight, living off Cup Noodle and the occasional funny YouTube videos that your bored friends have been sending you. But the pseudo-soup, dramatic prairie dog and ‘I’m on a Boat‘ are just not cutting it anymore. What is a poor finals studier to do? Bwog […]
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