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Put down the Sparknotes, freshmen—Bwog has your cheatsheet study guide to the Lit Hum exam right here. No, we’re not trying for a repeat of those fateful days of two years yore, but we are hoping to help you prepare for your Lit Hum exam with the best study device known to mankind: limericks. After […]
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 – An eager crowd awaits the band’s entrance If you missed Orgo Night, fret not – the show was recorded and will be available tomorrow on CUMB’s blog. Now, the Bwog review: After entering to the usual “Roar Lion Roar,” the Columbia University Marching Band noted that, due to the recession, this year’s show would […]
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A Bwog tipster notes that Barnard’s Midnight Breakfast starts at midnight (11:30 for Barnard students) in LeFrak Gymnasium. Barnard administrators will be serving waffles, bacon, bagels, and that most breakfast-y of foods, ice cream!
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More specifically, join the Columbia Marching Band at midnight in Butler 209 for loud music and hilarity at Orgo Night. To procrastination! UPDATE (11:37 p.m.): Students have trickle in, and a Public Safety officer is standing ominously in the corner. Also, Hillel’s handing out stress balls. UPDATE (11:50 p.m.): 9 minutes before start time, people […]
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The tomb, also known as Butler, is not conducive to the strong, speedy wireless that’s oh-so-helpful for Procrastination Week. So, for midterms, we marched around with our laptop trying to determine where the best signal would be. Signal strength is arbitrary (who knew?), so for finals we have taken it a step further. Bwog contacted […]
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Public Safety just sent out an alert that, “on May 6, 2009, at about 10:30 p.m. a student was robbed of his cell phone on Broadway near W. 114 St. The suspects, picture[s to the right], approached the victim, punched him, and removed his cell phone,” before fleeing. Both males are about 5’10”-5’11”. “If you […]
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In a shocking twist to the elections that about seven people voted in, three GSSC election results have been overturned by the GSSC Judicial Committee, overruling a previous decision validating the elections from the Elections Committee. University Senator (no longer) elect Paul Zachary, VP Policy winner Scott Jurkowski and fallen Academic Affairs victor Richard Adams […]
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A merry prankster appears to have set off the fire alarm in Butler, driving the huddled masses out into the pouring rain (UPDATE: students have been let back in now). Tipster Amanda Santamaria, though, stuck around long enough to record the rarest of sights: an empty Butler 403. And yet it probably still smells to […]
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   -Photo of Rinere via Harvard Crimson The long, tortured nonexistence of the sixth floor of Lerner is coming to an end…soon. Though the floor has been without residents (aside from a colony of mice, probably) since Lerner Hall opened in 1999, an administrative light has appeared at the end of the tunnel. In an […]
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The Student Coalition on Expansion and Gentrification, which held a rally against stimulus bill money for the expansion this past Saturday, just unveiled their new blog. Now you can protest the expansion without leaving your computer. Just in time for finals procrastination! On the site, you can sign their “no-dough” petition, pledging not to donate […]
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It’s still Wednesday, and you’re probably still be in full blown procrastination mode. Bwog is here to help with a new Senior Wisdom from the political left, Andrew Lyubarksy. Name, School: Andrew Lyubarsky, CC Claim to fame: SCEG member, former Spec columnist, aspiring Andean peasant-farmer/Latin Americanist, post-Soviet subject, part of the Marginal, Radical Fringe that […]
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Graduating this month? The new Fed‘s got great advice to help you through your transition over the next few weeks. You won’t find the inside scoop on graduating from college anywhere else! Do not, by any means, let the stress of graduating affect your vigilance in the War on Hipsters. If we don’t stop them, […]
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