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The April issue of the Blue and White is out and about! If you haven’t yet cracked open its new, glossy cover, here’s another preview of what’s inside: a profile of campus character Stephan Vincenzo. Stephan Vincenzo  Stephan Vincenzo, né Jose Stephan Perez, CC ’12, learned about Carman Hall in the sixth grade. Touring Columbia […]
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Cultural clubs are teaming up to think green. They were all yellow at one East Village restaurant. These riders can’t help that the MTA is in the red. Lacrosse hopes to stomp the Crimson. Don’t let the Core make you feel too blue.
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“Tonight,” declared one of the Take Back the Night organizers before the march, “we reclaim the streets!” And for the 21st time, anti-sexual violence marchers (about 200 this year) took to the streets around campus with a mix of chants and whistles, adding a dose of public emotion to their campaign against sexual violence. Unlike […]
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Bwog has been alerted that Havana Central, bastion of all things edible and Cuban, will be accepting Flex starting in early June, which is great…if you plan to hang around a month after finals. At least summer sessioners and students returning next fall will be able to pretend that they are using a credit card. […]
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   -Photo via YouTube Kurt Hinterbichler, a grad student in the Columbia physics department, joined 95 other musicians from around the world to play in a multimedia concert sponsored by YouTube. About 3,000 musicians submitted audition videos to the site, and YouTube patrons, with their refined taste, selected the winners from the top 200 submissions. […]
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 -Via EW.com We’re so close to summer that it’s about time we re-enter the city to prepare for all the free time we’re about to have (Don’t question our logic, just enjoy yourself). FRIDAY New Music Bake Sale Friday 7pm-midnight, First Presbyterian Church 124 Henry St. at Clark St.                                                      A fundraiser for New Music that […]
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Bwog’s Postmodern correspondent James Rathmell, who is really a synthesis of previous Bwog art correspondents, spent a few hours with the loveable Teuton Thomas Demand. He brings us this report. Though a lecture with the pretentiously alliterative title “Fiction, Fact & Fabrication” sounds like something better suited for an art school than Avery’s Wood Auditorium, […]
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Before you trudge up the stairs to Ferris, consider a free alternative: Music on the Ramps returns this week with a triumphant mix of sandwiches and, uh, well, some really catchy music. There’s also macaroni salad and free drinks. Hurry! – Photo by JCD
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Eyepoke: CU Stars

 -Via The Eye This edition of the Eye is all about stars and success stories here at Columbia. Feel free to grumble about it. Who looks at King Lear while doing math, anyway? These Columbians juggle school and acting…all while being prettier than you. Sarah Dooley is still “the coolest thing on YouTube.” These Columbians […]
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-Via Imp Awards CUSearch, ResLife’s week-long scavenger hunt, is slated to begin today. Team representatives will meet in Furnald, the epicenter of all things not quiet and isolated, tonight at 4 PM to receive the list of tasks. They will then spend the next week taking pictures of the whole team accomplishing listed items for […]
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 -Photo via Princeton Online The City tries to save us from vicious dogs. Somehow, people are outraged. Take Back the Night is going to clean house.  The Earth Institute is going to clean the world…with a new major. Okay, Vampire Weekend and Talib Kweli aren’t going to clean anything, but we appreciate the study break.
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ESC election results are out, and the new senior class president is Heather Lee, who won (uncontested) with a whopping 191 votes. Lee will be joined by Joffre Andrade as VP and Stanley Chen and Varun Gulati as Class Representatives.  The 2011 Class President will be Kamal Yechoor, with candidates from his party, Synergy, filling […]
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