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On the night of the filing deadline, Sue Yang’s “Action Potential Party” has announced their ticket. The other nominees: VP for Policy: Sarah Weiss, CC ’10, head of Columbia Urban Experience, former Hillel board member, and a member of the search committee that selected Michele Moody-Adams VP for Communications: Sana Khalid, SGB rep, Intergroup Chair […]
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Bwog may be celebrating its third birthday tonight, but don’t expect Cheerios and apple juice. That’s because the party’s headed to La Negrita, at Columbus and 109th Street. Tip[ple]off is officially set at 10 p.m., but Bwog recommends you arrive earlier to guarantee entrance. Besides welcoming in Bwog’s novum annum, we’ll also be rolling out […]
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Basketball: Both the men’s and women’s teams look to bounce back from two weekend losses (and falling to .500 in the Ivy League), as they each face Princeton on Friday and Penn on Saturday (the men at home, the women away). All the games who are at 7 p.m., and the men can be heard […]
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   Image courtesy of OvationTV.com Remember Savion Glover? The tap dancer who brought in ‘da funk and taught Snuffy to rap? Well, if you’re a SEAS student, you can see him in person. Glover is one of more than a dozen performers, concerts, and musicals available this semester through the SEAS NY lottery. That lottery […]
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   At Bwog headquarters Event listings on Bwog now include images! This means all those hours you spent on Photoshop creating clever posters for your event won’t go to waste — instead of exiling your work to a dusty bulletin board somewhere in Wallach, you can have it posted on Bwog for thousands to see. […]
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We can’t keep seeing each other if you’re going to let this imperialist racism continue. Ugh, great, so my boss is moving in next door. You should be ashamed of yourself for mocking those poor, downtrodden Kimmel occupiers. You’d better listen to me recount the trivial details of my life, or you’re out of the […]
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 – Wikimedia Commons Spring break is just one more week away!  Who can wait?  Go out there now!  Friday, Saturday, and Sunday  The Armory Show Friday & Saturday noon-8pm and Sunday noon-7pm, Piers 92 and 94 Twelfth Ave. at 55th St. (212-645-6440) It’s the best that the above-ground art world has to offer, featuring both […]
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With all the other restaurant switching going on, several commenters have asked about Haakon’s Hall, which was supposed to replaced Radio Perfecto last fall (including free wifi). Today, though, Bwog Viking Establishment Correspondent James Downie investigated, and found a notice saying that the opening has been delayed until April.  Hang on, then, Valhalla aspirants – […]
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EyePoke: Tearful Eye

 -Photo via the Eye This edition of the Eye is all about depression and mental health, which makes Bwog feel guilty. Sorry that we were a little mean with last week’s EyePoke, guys, but that’s no reason to get upset. Want talk about it? Hug it out? Former Spec Editor-in-Chief Tom Faure writes on depression. […]
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Emptier Empti Lounge

Bwog Rectangular Object Specialist Anish Bramhandkar made a shocking discovery earlier today: the TV in the Empti Lounge has disappeared. The nefarious TV bandit left the cords dangling, remarkably similar to the hasty dismantlement of Empti’s former froyo titan. Perhaps this thief is also responsible for the rushed disappearance of Columbia’s endowment.  UPDATE (4:56 PM): […]
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 – Photo by JCD Jonesing for a good Gaza protest? About 20 members of the Columbia Palestine Forum are out on Low Steps for several hours today, calling for divestment from Israel and other non-contentious ideas. Those looking for more background can check out the LectureHop of last night’s teach-in. If nothing else, they’d appreciate […]
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 -Photo via thaindian.com Resident Columbia film star James Franco has reportedly signed a book deal to publish a collection of short stories. The newly minted bard, who already carries some weight in the publishing world, is also set to act in a film about ex-Columbia literary luminary Allen Ginsberg. The writerly impulse apparently runs in […]
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