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To exams: Who were you fooling with all of those hours you spent in Butler last week? Not the good people at Cramster.com, apparently — the cheatsheet site reports more traffic from Columbia than any other school. So this is how you were using those WiFi maps. To global warming: Emitted in Texas, sequestered in […]
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Posted in Schapiro lounges Friday night (conveniently after most people had already left for break): Despite Columbia’s sterling record in respecting privacy, what happens if you’ve left out anything incriminating goes unspecified.
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Guide to the Weekend: Spring Break and St. Pat’s Pre-Game Edition We have finally reached the promised land, and just in time for one of New York City’s most exciting weekend. For all those not on the road, it’s prime opportunity to paint this town red (or, green as the case may be). Friday Afterwork […]
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   Image courtesy GreatModernPictures.com Most of the Spectator staff departed last night for Aruba having published no issue for today. So, in keeping with that spirit of travel, today’s QuickSpec prepares you for departure with news from the airport.  Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for flying with us today, particularly those of you with corporate […]
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   Leaving the neighborhood Fotorush is going on permanent Spring Break beginning in two weeks. The Broadway photo developer plans to close March 27, according to a sign posted on its entrance between Liberty House and The Shoe Tree (née Global Ink). Bwog confirmed the announcement with Fotorush’s manager, who says “business has not been […]
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   – AMP A small cadre of protesters amassed outside Vine Sushi this afternoon, holding up signs and offering handouts to passerby. When asked why they were protesting, they explained that they were former Tomo employees. Their claim is that, after trying to unionize, Tsu Yue Wang, who owns Ollie’s, Tomo and Vine, shut down […]
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The February/March issue of the Blue and White has hit newsstands, benches, and tables near you. In addition to the reports on hometowns from the issue, here are trips down memory lane from Jersey City, Hickory Hills, and the East Village. Jersey City, NJ Most Jersey City residents are in it for the cheap. Compared […]
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 –Photo via masternewmedia.org The J-School just got bitch-slapped by recent campus visitor/Entertainment Weekly founding editor Jeff Jarvis. For its new blog The Local, the New York Times decided to partner with the City University of New York, where Jarvis is head of interactive journalism, instead of Columbia. Oh snap! As New York Magazine reported, the […]
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  After scribbling the final sentences in your Blue Book today, if you’re too tired for a night on the town, Bwog has a couple of post-midterm couch potato recommendations. Jim Cramer, who made a slight error in a prediction about Bear Sterns last year, has been in a cable TV cat fight with the […]
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History Professor David Eisenbach, who served as communications director for Mike “I’m bat-shit insane and running for President” Gravel, is about to make it big. He announced via an email to, as far as we can tell, his entire address book that he will finally fulfill his life’s dream this Sunday. What do history professors […]
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-Photo via studentcity.com   Instead of giving you a roundup of New York news to make up for the absent Spectator, Bwog has gotten the news from Spring Break hot spots to prepare you for next week. A little pre-gaming, if you will. Tijuana: This town is so great, you’ll get your head chopped off! […]
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Bwog has reports of a lot of cop cars blocking both auto and pedestrian traffic in the area of 120th Street and Amsterdam. It is unclear why the blockade has been set up and where it begins and ends at this point. Updates coming shortly.  UPDATE (7:51 PM): Officers tell Bwog that it’s a “suspicious […]
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