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Bwog extends a warm welcome back to Columbians, all of whom we assume are facing the day with bleary eyes. Whether you were getting schwasted in Mexico like those people at other colleges or furiously applying to internships and trying to read the books you skipped so far this semester, coming back to school isn’t […]
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In a decision lacking much of the fanfare of the College’s Class Day speaker announcement, SEAS deans chose their own speaker over the weekend: James Albaugh, SEAS M.S. ’74. Albaugh earned his B.A. in Math and Physics from Willamette University and is now executive vice president of the Boeing Company and chief executive officer of […]
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Deal with housing Pay $2.50 to ride the subway Think about life after graduation Prepare for a grim Columbia baseball season just when it was starting to get nice out Read another Spec columnist complain about Bwog. This week: why does Bwog let everyone write those comment things?
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Loyalty is not something ingrained in students at this spirit-deprived school.  Even with all the excitement, we knew deep inside that Barack Obama (CC ’83, now some kind of important person) would never speak at Class Day. After all, what with saving the world, how could he possibly have time to visit his Alma Mater? […]
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 Photo via Wikipedia Locally – Our women’s archery coach demonstrates that arrows can indeed puncture humans. Internationally – We’re not opening international campuses, just research facilities.  All the glory, none of the undergrads. Internally – All those Twinkies in your college diet will make you forget everything you’ve learned. Virtually – He got a journalism […]
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Editor’s Note: Hello again! Nice to finally be back up. Unfortunately, our events system might have taken the entire site down with it for the past few days, but our crack team of computer whiz kids finally were able to go in and revive the blog. That, or the blog achieved sentience and decided to […]
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Everyone’s favorite Jewish affairs journal The Current just released its Spring issue, and the Zionist focus has us feeling like the most beleaguered of the Brady Bunch children.  The Current’s Editor-in-Chief feels the Columbia/Barnard Hillel needs to support Israel more. Classical Zionism is so five minutes ago. Inequality even in model Israeli towns. Let’s just […]
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 -Photo via z-mation.com In a sign that small, awkward protests (at least some) can get things done, Tsu Yue Wang, the man who seems to own every Asian restaurant around Columbia, was ordered by the State Labor Department to pay $2.3 million in back wages to hundreds of employees at some of his eateries. The […]
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  Photo by ESN Bwog’s Airborne Contaminants Team has finally confirmed, after days of close analysis, that the sign posted on the Wien bulletin board earlier this week does indeed contain the word “asbestos.” We’re all gonna die! Well, maybe only those of us who like to hang out anywhere that smells of the good […]
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Opportunities to use your parents’ hard earned flex off campus are dropping like flies. The Flex-eating disease has spread quickly, completely annihilating some, while putting others into a temporary or sporadic coma. But somewhere out there, far away from the carnage close to campus, courage can be found. The recurring flex mishaps didn’t stop Wondee […]
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Who Needs A B.A.?

 – Thurman, on right, with Moravec (photo by Lucien Marc Smith) At least one senior already has a solid paragraph for the alumni notes: yesterday, the Times‘s “The Moment” blog briefly profiled soon-to-be-graduate Kyle Thurman. Thurman and recent New School grad Matthew Moravec are five days into their first art show, running until March 29th […]
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The Blue and White’s February/March issue is now online! From the issue: Columbia and internet start-ups: two tastes that don’t go well together. Remember, Hitch did go to Columbia… Memories of far-flung homes, including Jack Daniel’s in Tennessee and guns in San Antonio. If only bureaucrats liked the idea of going undercover… And: a church without […]
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