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 Image via gather.com Bwog Top Chef and Radiation Expert Jon Hill sauntered through Cafe 212 this morning to discover a new menu item: Stouffer’s! No longer do you have to walk all the way to MoWi for your microwavable lasagna.  Cafe 212 will buy it, microwave it, and serve it to you, all for the […]
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 Photo via Book of Face A capella groups are to college as semi-nude, older gentlemen are to Dodge on the weekends; they’re unavoidable, ostentatious, and often unwelcome. Among the multitudinous a capella groups on campus, many are better known for their provocative recruitment posters than their performances.  Every once in a while, however, a group […]
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Columbians and their associates spent the last week expounding their well-honed opinions on everything.  From the Core and finance we find ourselves traipsing across a vast field of subjects, much like Frontiers.  Raised on words, we now present AltSpec: The Epic Narrative.  Photo via phys.ufl.edu Bwog’s favorite horn-rimmed glasses wearer Andrew Delbanco sounded off about […]
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 – Columbia University Athletics With a chance to make a real statement about contending for the Ivy League title, the men’s basketball team stumbled in New Haven earlier tonight, falling 57-49 to Yale. Ahead by 9 early in the second half, the Lions immediately allowed a 20-4 run, and were unable to close the gap […]
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Lunar Gala’s show is still going on until 10, and the biggest acts are yet to come. But most importantly, if you needed an incentive to book it over to Lerner, they’re handing out free Red Bull outside the entrance to Roone! Stock up now! Still, the culinary side hasn’t been all fun and games […]
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On Wednesday, our first batch of piping hot CCSC gossip stated that CQA head honcho Jeanette Clark had decided against running for senior class president. Now, insiders tell Bwog that Clark is running for a position, but it’s not president. Instead, Clark has apparently accepted the VP slot on the ticket of musician/comedy writer/cartoonist Michael […]
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   Image courtesy of The New York Times Last Saturday, Boris “Bob” Yavitz, who served eight years as the dean of Columbia Business School, died of prostate cancer.  He was 85. After moving to the United States at 23, Yavitz earned two graduate degrees (in engineering and business) from Columbia and, after starting and managing […]
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Look out, sea turtles: scores of purple balloons are dotting campus to advertise tonight’s Lunar Gala in Lerner. The airway-obstructing rubber orbs, scattered about like eggs from Alien, are inviting the curiosity of students, and those balloons that have not been popped (preferred method: a quick thrust of a mechanical pencil tip) bear the insignia of […]
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Perhaps you’ve noticed the upsurge in would-be future Columbians on campus this past week; it’s been difficult not to, since they seem to outnumber pigeons (if only Hawkma could provide us so simple a solution).  Hordes of hopeful 2013s (and beyond!) are using their spring breaks to get acquainted with Alma, and Bwog has had reports […]
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Bwog scavenger Eliza Shapiro spotted an interesting pair of discarded packets outside of John Jay last night: That makes three warning labels ignored. 
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Good news for everyone feeling the dearth of sit-down Japanese:  Tomo, is set to defy death and open, as originally postulated, in Swish’s old spot at 2955 Broadway “in the next two weeks,” according to that lovably-unpronounceable foodie zeitgeist, the Zagat Survey. The phones of both Tomo and Swish rang on ad infinitum, so Bwog can’t […]
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 Image courtesy of the Fed The latest issue of the Fed has found its way onto this, our World Wide Web. Everybody’s still infatuated with Obama, satirists included.  Following up on having found lust last issue, how to lose lust. One Fedster explains that love can be damaging. Another, that love can save your life. […]
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