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Ed. note: Last night’s ESC meeting in fact ended with an off-the-record portion of the meeting, which Bwog has confirmed included discussion of impeachment proceedings against an ESC member. ESC President Peter Valeiras declined to comment. The council is in the process of setting up a survey to see if engineering student would be interested […]
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Columbia College Student Council elections are now officially open! You’ve read the interviews. You’ve seen the debate. Now make your voice heard, CC students. As per outgoing President George Krebs’ e-mail today, here are the candidates and the log-in for the ballot. The voting process this time around requires you to rank all the candidates […]
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Despite all appearances to the contrary, Columbia is aware that there has to be a little give and take when it comes to the Core. Yes, the classes you have to take to graduate are also the ones that are impossible to get into. You know it. And they know it. That’s why for Music […]
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Hippies: They know what’s up. Hot off the heels of yesterday’s holiday, during which certain sectors of the campus experienced an oddly intense, insistent hunger, Ben and Jerry’s brings you Free Cone Day. It’s the duo’s annual way of showering you with affection and gratitude, and it’s from noon to 8:00 tonight. The nearest store […]
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Sometimes going green actually has effects that are dark and troubling. Like the sky right now. More Columbia students are going to China, presumably to get away from this weather. Read about these biking enthusiasts, then check the forecast and pity them. Let’s hope Barnard’s Athena Center can, uh, fly straight with this wind and drizzling and […]
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A special late night note: Housing Services’s Laundry Fire Experts have issued a diagnosis for the “small fire” that smoked out Quad residents (including SEAS prospies) on Friday night. “The fire was caused by an overload of clothing in one of the dryers. Many of the items in the dryer were synthetic, which compounded the […]
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Bwog could not have asked for a better point of refuge from today’s inclement winds and spitting rain than the Taste of Morningside Heights tent on Low Plaza, organized by Inside New York with help from the Center for Career Education and Bacchanal. Once inside the tent, we encountered delights far exceeding our imagination as […]
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On the eve of CCSC Elections, Bwog sat down with the dueling slates for 2010 Class Council. Below is our interview with AJ Pascua, Shirley Chen, and Joey Goldberg of The Party Party (not a typo). CC juniors can also read our debate coverage, and can find our second interview, with The Clear Party, here. […]
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In a two-part series on the eve of CCSC Elections, Bwog sat down with the dueling slates for 2010 Class Council. Below is our interview with Cliff Massey, Eve Phan, Asher Grodman, Ruqayyah Abdul-Karim, and Lena Fan of The Clear Party. CC juniors can also read our debate coverage, and can find our first interview, […]
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Registering for classes isn’t fun. It’s stressful: your internet doesn’t work, MusicHum and ArtHum are always full, you’ll never finish your major, you’ll never get into med school, you knew you shouldn’t have left your ex (wait, what?). That’s why, each semester, Columbia offers some truly funny classes that no one can actually take (except […]
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This year’s Pulitzer Prizes are being announced at a J-School press conference right now, but why wait when they’re already online? On the “Letters, Drama, and Music” side, Newsweek’s Jon Meacham won in the biography category for his biography (duh) of Andrew Jackson, while Elizabeth Strout’s Olive Kitteridge won in the fiction category. This year’s […]
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A mild Sunday night meeting started off with some great news: the Bacchanal College Days T-shirts had been universally praised and were in high demand.  In true Columbia form, however, the only leftovers are extra-large.  And speaking of Bacchanal, the Campus Life Committee had originally wanted to have a pre-concert festival was originally planned for […]
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