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The New York Post weighs in on the impending 9/11 trial with the MOST INTENSE HEADLINE EVER (see picture). Bono returns to the Op-Ed page, makes fun of self, suggests that U2’s “One” may or may not have torn down the Berlin Wall. (New York Times) No one ever said love was cheap, but this […]
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A Re-Imagined Story

Last night after an anxious wait, Bwog finally got itself off the standby list and into what can only be described as a giant gothic living room in the bell tower of Riverside Church. Liz Naiden reports on how the one-night-only “Re-Imagined” completely, er… re-thought Columbia theater as we know it. The Director’s Note on […]
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Roone Aldridge Cinema, Lerner Hall The Columbia University International Relations Forum presents “How to Not Fix the Middle East” with Prof. Martin Kramer. Prof. Jack Snyder, Director of the Undergraduate Political Science Department, will moderate. Martin Kramer will also most likely be discussing the Joseph Massad tenure, and his critique of other MEALAC Professors at […]
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SEEJ Study Break

Lerner East Ramp Lounge Students for Environmental and Economic Justice is hosting a fair trade tea study break. Come join our tea party, have some snacks, and learn more about fair trade!
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Netflix: Violence!

Movie Man Mark Hay is back, with a vengeance. A few days ago, a Columbia professor up and decked a female co-worker in the face. Totally uncalled for, totally unexpected, and totally scintillating violence. Somehow, as a result, your reviewer has spent the past week arguing the relative merits of violence in film and the […]
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The Hindu Student Organization/Ahimsa’s Diwali Celebration is sold out, but enter your name on the waitlist and you’ll still have a chance of free food come 8:00. Also, Bwogger Anish Bramhandkar hears from inside sources that eventually doors will be opened to everyone. If ye be patient, be fed! Photo via Wikimedia Commons
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Mark Hay, Bwog’s Master of the Millennium Village, makes a man want to speak Spanish. No Columbia celebrity packs a room quite like Jeffrey Sachs. Invited by the young student group Delta GDP to speak on his already notorious views on development programs in impoverished nations, this brief and cursory event filled a rather uncomfortable […]
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B&W editor and Bwog tipster Mariela Quintana poses a question that even we can’t answer: Who took the baby that the stork dropped off in front of Tomo?
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Varsity Show Auditions

Saturday November 14 Hamilton 407 Sunday November 15 Kent 424 http://www.thevarsityshow.com/
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Lerner West Ramp Lounge Contact email: info@hootmag.org For only $3, you can bring in any clean clothes and accessories to trade, enjoy a variety of finger foods, and be automatically entered to win a multitude of stylish raffle prizes! For every piece of clothing or accessory that you bring in, you are allowed to swap […]
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Impending Dhoom

Hannah Goldstein, the “Madonna of Bollywood Dance Journalism,” reports: In keeping with its exhibitionist tendencies, Dhoom, Columbia’s Bollywood-fusion dance team, opened up rehearsal last night to its hordes of devotees; before an audience of friends, team alums, and general dance lovers, the sixteen-member group rehearsed its official 2009-2010 competition number, which is to be performed […]
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Gates & Buffett come to Lerner to assure us that the worst is over. (Spec) Afraid of the Internet? Don’t worry. Everything’s gonna be ok. Upper-Westsiders get an Apple Store to call their own; Jobs junkies wait outside all night.(Gothamist) New license plate design is really a calculated nostalgia-evoking strategy, according to its designers. Not […]
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