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Cafe 212 Food Explained

For freshmen who may be well on their way to the freshman 15, Bwog Culinary Charter Jon Hill has created helpful charts on why to avoid Cafe 212.   You’re welcome.  
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Revolution! (but No Negative Consequences, Please)

   Photo Courtesy of NYU Local The Columbia Students for a Democratic Society, who used to know a thing or two about campus protest, just sent out a press release from Take Back NYU, the pro-Gaza-ish, Marxist-y group that took over Kimmel Hall last night. Their first demand? They request, “full legal and disciplinary amnesty […]
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QuickSpec: Repetition

Another article about high hopes for a sports season. Spec publishes the second article in a week about a campus group that has seven members. Because we haven’t heard enough about Israel/Palestine… This column includes every Columbia complaint ever written on the Opinion page in 850 words.
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Students Occupy (a Little Tiny Bit of) NYU

 Photo courtesy of NYU Local Radical student group Take Back NYU (TCBY, no wait, TBNYU) has barricaded itself inside a dining hall at Kimmel Center, NYU’s non-diagonal equivalent of Lerner. TBNYU had publicly planned to boogie tonight at their second annual “Study Breakdown,” but plans quickly went 1968 earlier this evening when several dozen students […]
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Your Desperately Desired CCSC Gossip

The deadline may have been pushed back, but candidates have already started to fall into place for CCSC elections, plotting the best ways to invade your life with posters.  As usual, only some of the major tickets have received challengers (so far). The most competitive race looks to be for senior class president, with many […]
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Free Food: Ever Had a Green Tea Crepe?

Neither has Bwog. But if you want to check out the Vietnamese Students Association, head to their study break in the Lerner west ramp lounge.  Starting RIGHT NOW. If you’re not into green tea, or crepes, or both, other yummy things will also be provided. 
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Columbia to Dole Out Five John Jay Awards

 – movies.yahoo.com Just before the end of another awards season, Columbia College will be honoring five of its most esteemed graduates with John Jay awards on March 10. The recipients range in fame, fortune, and occupation: actress Maggie Gyllenhaal ’99, NAACP president Benjamin Jealous ’94, CEO and scientist Dr. Paul Maddon ’81, businessman (and Obama […]
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UWriting Prof Writes/Draws Awesome Book

 – Photo via New York Former UWriting teacher Reif Larsen has escaped the Core’s clutches and gone on to greater things, as publishers absolutely lost their minds over his debut The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet, which is about a 12 year old boy who obsessively draws everything he sees. Larsen’s book is a collage […]
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Overheard: Taking on the Stars

– Photo via AllPosters.com Apparently, James Franco was hanging out Butler 209 last night. From some onlookers: Football Player: “Is that James Franco over there?” Girl: “Yeah, why?” Football Player: “I wanna fight him!” Careful now, Mr. Jock: young Franco has experience.
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CCSC Elections Deadline No Longer Near

Procrastinating student politicos might have been surprised to discover that, until last night, the deadline for CCSC elections registration was this Friday. So little time! Now, though, in order to increase the number of candidates, CC’s Elections Board has pushed the filing deadline back to Friday, March 6th, a full two weeks later. According to […]
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New Bicycle Cult on Campus?

Carved into the marble outside Butler Library: “The bicycle is a mysterious organism!”  Although COBOP leader applications are due today, as of yet no evidence has come to light implicating the freshman orientation program in this or any other acts of bicycle worship.
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Quickspec: Insecurities Edition

Empty shops on Broadway are like my empty soul. If only I could still crawl into a dessert empanada and close the crust forever.    Successes of some other school in sports. But resist burning your room full of Columbia sports fan paraphernalia, the messiah will save us from ruin! And look, I�ve got a […]
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