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The moment of truth has finally arrived for New York City: the anticipated H1N1 flu vaccine has officially become more selective than the average community college. In an effort to keep our readers healthy (even if they do happen to be non-pregnant, 24-year-old-or-older baby haters), Bwog presents the latest Health Services update detailing who exactly is […]
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Riyadh Bureau Chief David Hu grabbed a seat in a surprisingly comfortable Mudd Room to hear from APAM Professor David Keyes about his sabbatical in Saudi Arabia. The atmosphere in Applied Physics and Mathematics Professor David Keyes’s talk did not feel like that of a traditional lecture or formal presentation. There was free pizza, drinks, […]
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To see if he could still feel (and to check out the neighborhood north of 120th Street), Emotional Correspondent Dan Flicker took a walk last night to see Columbia Stages’ production of Phoenician Women.  Here is his story. The Phoenician Women prance into their namesake play as a colorful, if occasionally irritating bunch. Giggling and […]
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If you don’t know where “The Grove” is, you’re not alone: the green space was built over decades ago.  Let’s hope Pupin has a time machine next to that cyclotron. UPDATE: A commenter says the new Grove is “what CUPS calls the area under havemeyer, dodge fitness, pupin, etc. Its full of trash. Not very […]
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Feeling emotionally burdened, Bwog’s Catharsis Bureau Chief, Claire Sabel, sought release last night in CU Players’ production of Sophokles’ Elektra.  And according to her review, the trip was more than worthwhile. It is one thing to read the great works of Greek drama in Lit Hum, and quite another to bring them to life on stage – […]
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Today, as many are so acutely aware, is Friday the 13th – a day often associated with bad luck. We at Bwog would like to quell your superstitions by showing you that, in fact, humanity may just be luckier today than ever before!  Take a look at these inspiring goings-on about our most fortunate of […]
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Go underground, go wild, just go out.  It’s your Guide to the Weekend. Friday Hip Hop Karaoke Brooklyn Regional Championship 9 pm, Southpaw, 125 5th Avenue between St. John’s and Sterling Place, Park Slope $10 Girls and Boys: The Cool Kids – electronic dance music night, with a live set by retro rappers The Cool […]
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David Xia wandered into SIPA last night for a Saltzman Institute event on the fate of the American war in Afghanistan. The United States’ war in Afghanistan is not working, and we’re not sure how to fix it. This was the gist of Col. David Gray and Col. Gian Gentile’s (both of whom have served […]
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When Columbia first moved to Morningside, it was filled exclusively with beautiful buildings. Smart people in our other schools are either wringing their hands or  curing diseases. Spec agrees that GS students are cranky and asks one student to reminisce about smoking in their heyday. Independent bookstores are invested in their communities and impact local […]
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In which Kate Hughes attempts to discover the meaning of life. It was no surprise that the room was filled entirely with older scholars, the types of people who actually have the time to contemplate life. Chins perched thoughtfully in their elbows, they listened with interest to Charles Taylor, philosopher and Professor Emeritus at McGill. […]
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Bwog newcomer Thomas Pedroza crammed himself into Miller Theatre yesterday for a comedy performance that would make your mother blush. To those of you who didn’t stop in on Bob Saget’s performance in Miller Theatre last night, you may have just missed more than a Full House joke. The evening started off with a stripper-tastic […]
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