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According to Spec, Bwog was teased in grade school, and that’s why we have so much snark now. We’ll let that one sit.  Help us, Columbia! We hate taking midterms! Environmental initiatives will make us hip. Even Teach for America isn’t going to pay Columbia grads enough to eat next year. But now econ majors […]
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The CC’10 Class Council has something delicious in store this evening. It’s free food and free massages.  But wait–it’s not pizza, it’s Chipotle! Not only that, but the council members will be handing out vaguely-termed “spring break gear,” which Bwog can only hope means sleeping pills and cake. The luxury begins at 9:00 PM on […]
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Rats, garbage, and the yells of Take Back the Night–they’ve heard about it all. Last year, the city surveyed 25,000 households and asked them to ponder what makes them happy.  These poetic responses were boiled down into a series of categories about city services and quality of life in various neighborhoods. Using The New York […]
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Bwog’s Associate Child Wrangler and Grassy Median Monitor Austin Brauser spotted a small person hiding in the brush on College Walk. Are the British back?  Is he a CUAssassin?  Don’t be alarmed – he’s probably just defending himself from stressed-out Columbians. After the jump: Young person threatens cameraman.
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 Photo via Yeshiva U. “White shoe impresario” Schuyler Chapin died at his home yesterday at the age of 86.  He was dean of the School of Arts from 1975 to 1985. Chapin was known as a master political maneuverer in the arts and a powerful public and private figure, and he once told the Times, […]
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 Image via Photobucket Your romance woes are nothing to whine about.  Daughters of almost-Presidents assure us that the dating scene gets even worse after college. The Times of India reflects their students’ worries about getting in to college here.  They translate PrezBo’s assurances of financial aid stability into a harrowing tale of rejection and domestic […]
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Determined to confuse young minds just before spring break, the folks over at NIST pushed all the clocks ahead by an hour last night in a semi-annual tradition known as Daylight Saving Time. We now know that the energy-saving aspirations of the March-November shift were bunk, but at least children now can trick-or-treat in daylight […]
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 – Columbia University Athletics Tough luck in Levien tonight, as Penn’s Kevin Egee sank a three with time expired to down Columbia 51-50. The game was close the entire way through, with both teams shooting less than 40%, and neither team had a larger lead than 8. After taking 8-point lead with 6 minutes to […]
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The Elections Board has released  the full list of candidate for CCSC, and the competitive races are few and far between. In fact, only three races are contested this year – 2010 and 2012 class councils, and academic affairs representative. The races for Executive Board, 2011 class council, University Senate, and student services and pre-professional […]
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   Photo by JPMB Fresh from signing a book deal, Columbia’s most famous Butler denizen seems to have found another unharnessed niche–men’s loungewear.  A commenter’s tip sent Bwog skipping down to the corner of 111th and Broadway, where a vendor has been (and still is) offering these gems. And since they’re being offered by a […]
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   Image courtesy of Florida State University Bwog’s Official Cinephile Mark Hay uses the silver screen for some Spring Break pointers. This week’s movie list could be about anything–intrigue, crisis, existential inertia, curb stomping. But, just like you, the only thing Bwog can concentrate on right now is the imminent salvation of spring break, and […]
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Besides the free popcorn at Postcrypt tonight, there’s one other free food opportunity on campus today: at 4, SCEG and ROOTed are hosting a town forum in Lerner C555 on the Manhattanville expansion, with free pizza! It may not be restaurant quality, but it is a free meal, and that’s the most important thing. UPDATE […]
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