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It’s the week after Halloween, you nailed that Clippy costume, and you pretty much have nothing left to think about, right? Not so fast! Don’t forget there’s an election right around the corner. For those of you registered to vote here, the most contentious race this year is probably for the Mayor of New York […]
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Bwog sent Lookin’ and Feelin’ Good Specialist Sarah Camiscoli to Ricky’s to get the ultimate opinion on Columbian fashion and some advice on how to look and feel, well, good. Now that anxiety of midterms has transformed into dread over future GPAs, the Halloween hangover has subsided, and fall break has brought salvation, students are […]
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On Halloween night, in an act that involved the time-honored tradition of firewater-induced mischief, a Harvard Law grad set fire to a chapel that housed the remains of victims of the September 11 attacks. (Gothamist) For the second time in two months, a Yale student has been found dead on campus, this time a 19-year-old […]
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Finally, white smoke!  After much deliberation, Bwog’s Halloween Conclave has named Rick Betita and his “Clippy, the Paper Clip from Microsoft Word” costume the winner of Bwog’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest.  Rick will be getting a surprise candy bar some time in the next six months.  Happy Halloween, all.
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After the men’s cross country team’s victory at the Heptagonal Championships and the football team’s last-minute loss to Yale, Columbia athletics fought through another sporting weekend both good and bad. Volleyball rallied from two sets down against Harvard on Friday, but fell, 3-2, and yesterday struggled against Dartmouth, losing by three sets to one. They’ll […]
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Submissions to Bwog’s Costume Contest are rolling in. Before we pick a winner, check out our favorite entries so far, and rate them yourself in the comments.   Patrick Londen as the Hamburglar.
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While you’re sleeping off Halloween, 40,000 brave humans are running the New York City Marathon. Here’s what you’re missing, minus the shin splints. (New York Times) From the Fake Street Cred Department: this chic East Village hotel has commissioned a graffiti mural, because that’s what street art is all about. (NYPost) Al Sharpton’s ex-wife and […]
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With Halloween being on a Saturday, it’s as if everyone got a do-over with their costumes tonight. So there’s no excuse: send us your best costumes to bwog@columbia.edu by midnight tomorrow, and hope for yet another piece of candy.  Oh, and apparently Daylight Saving Time ends tonight? Not cool. Not cool at all. Never mind, […]
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When running back Leon Ivery ran in the two-point conversion to give Columbia a 22-10 lead over Yale with only 8:32 to go, Norries Wilson’s team had to be confident about returning to .500 in the Ivy League. But Yale scored less than three minutes later, and then again with under a minute to play, […]
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It’s Halloween (cue spooky organ music riff du-da-duuuuuuu dudadalududu), so we all know what that means. Bwog’s Cinematic Summaries Bureau Chief Mark Hay is obligated by law (specifically, the infamous Carpathian Dracula Convention of 1935) to conjure up a spo-o-o-oky Halloween Netflix list, with  three spine-shivering tales of the supernatural. Bwa-ha-ha-ha! The Orphanage (2007) The […]
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Your Election Day weekend will probably be stuck in Halloween mode until tonight, but how to fill the next three days? Bwog Weekend Warrior Sarah Camiscoli has five ways you can make a day (or three) of your travels.  Also, a subway service advisory: through Monday, the downtown 1 is skipping 137th – 103rd Street […]
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After an absence of almost two months, The Fed has finally published its first issue of the new semester, complete with an entirely new print look. Old people want fake IDs, and students are only too happy to provide. The Core is now for porn! Barnard stereotypes: the swine flu version. We could’ve sworn we’ve […]
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