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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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Move out day seems eons away and we know you have approximately 100 million pages to read and write before then, but that hour when every last scrap in your room has to be gone lingers on the horizon. To start the cleanup process in an earth-friendly way, search your room for any old plastic […]
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The organizers Bacchanal have noticed that it is not an especially lovely day outside, and, unfortunately, have had to do something about it. The two outdoor activities for today– the Neal Goldberg lunchtime acoustic show and the screening of Alice in Wonderland– have both been postponed due to imminent rain.The acoustic show has been moved […]
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Here’s a trippy opinion piece called “The Benefits of Smoking” that doesn’t contain a single word. [ed: Spec has, for some reason, removed this article in the last hour.] Pete Seeger lived through the 60’s. That must have been so sick, man. Wait, why was he at Teacher’s College again? No one will ever suspect […]
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CQA and company are sponsoring tonight’s midnight snack for you Butler-ites and friends. The follow-up to last semester’s Queer Sushi is Queer Cupcakes, and it’s in the Satow Room at the strange time of 11:45 PM. The tasty cakes in the CQA-sponsored picture look delicious.  Their real life counterparts are from the Buttercup Bake Shop. […]
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Although no official announcement has been made (yet), Bwog tipsters have informed us that this year’s valedictorian and salutatorian will be Emily Clader and Mollie Schwartz. Clader, a Mathematics/Philosophy double major, was also early Phi Beta Kappa, and a Bach Society alto to boot. Schwartz, a chemical physics major, is no stranger to prestigious awards: […]
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Oh, the Fiery Horror

The fire is out, the smoke has cleared, and a half-dozen people probably lost half their wardrobe. Our official Charred Carnage Expert David Berke was wandering by Hartley this morning and noticed that the offending dryers were being unceremoniously evicted from the building.   Take a quiet moment now in memory of those monstrous sock-eaters […]
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Fowl Rice for You

Spring is in the air and lovers are marrying on the steps today.  Or, at least, pretending to.  Hangama, the annual Pakistani mock wedding, will be on the steps today from 3:00 to 5:00 PM.  They’re already setting up, although no one has yet spotted the majestic white horse that will ride through the gates. […]
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Free Prefrosh Food

Bwog Chocolate Specialist Lydia DePillis excitedly reports: “Huge platters of brownies outside Roone for Days on campus!” Need we say more?  Run!
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