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Need some extra caffeine or sugar before you camp out at Butler all night? Be sure to head over to the Lerner Ramps tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., where CCSC is hosting their weekly coffee night. Free coffee and sugary snacks on sloping platforms… what can go wrong?
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For the third straight week, the Wafels and Dinges truck has parked just off-campus. Today, tipsters have again spotted it outside Ricky’s, though its web schedule indicates it might move elsewhere. Either way, you have until 4 p.m. to get some of that Belgian goodness.
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Columbia may depend most on its students and faculty, but there are many members of both the Columbia and Morningside communities who make the years here a little more enjoyable. We at Bwog feel they deserve a little time in the spotlight for all their hard work. Today: Sir Michael of Carman Sir Michael Layne […]
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Brooklyn reggae artist Major Mackerel was attacked with a sword yesterday after allegedly harassing a neighbor’s wife. Good thing we’re in Samurai-free Morningside Heights. (NYP) Good thing we’ve got our own subway stop too—a ride down to SoHo will let you see the largest-ever exhibition and sale of works by Maurice Sendak, the artist/author best […]
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Happy Birthday! There’s cake for you on the first floor of Broadway at 6:30, courtesy of “Brogan” ResLife staff. Image via CakeFail
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During our time at Columbia, most of us meet one or two group leaders, student government presidents, star athletes, and the like. But there are many Columbians whose profiles are lower, yet their talents are just as (or even more) awesome. Here’s our recurring feature devoted to those students, starting with Anna Cooperberg-Gonzalez, aka “that […]
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The football team’s huge victory yesterday over Princeton was a new high for the program, but, unfortunately, it was also far-and-away the brightest spot in the weekend for Columbia athletics. Both the volleyball and field hockey teams were overwhelmed in their matches: a 3-0 loss to Cornell for the volleyball team and a 4-0 loss […]
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You would be forgiven for thinking, upon stumbling onto campus this morning, that Columbia had suddenly become a pre-school. Yes, the overwhelming forces of toddlerdom have arrived for the Third Annual Great Children’s Read, put together by the New York Times and the Brooklyn, Queens, and New York Public Libraries.  The event, a combination of […]
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Columbia favorite Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: dictator, Holocaust denier, Jewish? (Daily News) Hipster cinephiles rejoice! Despite the economy, the IFC Center in Greenwich is expanding. (City Room) Intern shares stories of David Letterman’s “special suite” in the Ed Sullivan Theater, actually believes we want more images of David Letterman having sex. (Daily News) Ivy League dating society […]
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Yesterday, we pointed out that the last time Columbia won its opening Ivy League game of the season was at Princeton, six years ago. That game was a close 33-27 win; this time, the Lions sent a message to the rest of the Ivy League with a 38-0 stomping of the Tigers, in Princeton.  The […]
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Bwog’s Resident Deviant and Movie Master, Mark Hay, is back with this week’s film recommendations. I was as surprised as anyone else to learn this Thursday that the beloved David Letterman does “terrible, terrible things.” What will happen to Letterman now that he has admitted to the depravities that most human beings keep locked away […]
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Get some class(ical music) with your free food this afternoon, thanks to your talented classmates in Columbia Classical Performers. CCP is putting on its first concert this afternoon, starting at 3, in the “relaxed and intimate setting” that is Lerner C555. Bwog wonders what kind of food will accompany this dose of high culture- red […]
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