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All events listed are free.  Enjoy your weekend. Friday Obsessed with Mariah Carey? See her live at the last performance of the TODAY concert series. Arrive by 6 a.m. for best viewing. 49th St and Rockefeller Plaza Prelude 09 – performance art series hosted by CUNY, through Saturday. All shows are first come first serve. […]
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Bwog has received word that the QuAM balloons were just set free by “two masked men.”  Get on it, Public Safety. Update, 5:15 PM:  Superior Inflatables Correspondent Jon Hill spoke to QuAM table staffers.  The “masked students,” who “looked like undergrads,” fled in opposite directions.  “They were pursued, but they were too fast.” In addition, […]
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The art of protest has changed over the years but the art of Butler is of Barbra Streisand. The cafes in Argentina are far superior to Cafe 212. The Internet is easier to search than the stacks. My music is better than yours.
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Bwog contributor Claire Sabel wandered into the Met Wednesday night. Last night the College Group at the Met hosted a Gatsby-themed party, “West Egg on the East Side,” to celebrate the opening of the American Wing.  Organized by twenty-five student volunteers, the affair threw open the eastern section of the museum to college students in […]
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The results for the 2009 Fall Elections for the 2013 CCSC are in!  356 voters participated for a turnout of 32%. President – Alexander Jasiulek Vice-President – Karishma Habbu Representative – Dylan Lonergan Representative – Ryan Mandelbaum Representative – Kyle Schmidt Congratulations to all! Full results after the jump.
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You’ll find a table on the steps right now under the inconspicuous balloon arch.  It’s Queer Awareness Month!  Go get your free candy. For an evening snack, hang out on Lehman Lawn for Latino Heritage Month tonight at 7:30.  They’ll be screening the film “Raising Victor Vargas.”
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A few times every semester, PrezBo invites students into his home to ask questions and chow down on some top-quality hors d’oeuvres. Bwog Editor and Senior Hair Correspondent James Downie reports. Eager first-years and grizzled seniors packed into the President’s stately abode (located right behind Wien, presumably to taunt unlucky juniors) on Thursday night, armed […]
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We know what Columbia could have looked like, but what about all of Manhattan?  Pull out your overpriced touch screen device to find out. Sully and that other guy are back together again.  Sully says, “And I’m never going to lose you as a friend.” It doesn’t just happen in the movies.  People run towards […]
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Well, not you specifically, but people you may know. New York Magazine interviewed seniors Bryan Reid, Sam Reisman, and Jesse Horwitz about the best spots around Columbia. Establishments mentioned include Max Caffe (“Hang, Read, and Drink Coffee”) 1020 (“Pickup Spot”) La Negrita (“The Happening Bar”[?]) and Roti Roll (“Late-Night Munchies”). The Observer, on the other […]
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Bwog has been unceremoniously ejected from Butler for a fire alarm. Stay tuned for updates before setting out to study there.  UPDATE (7:25): Butler is open again, crisis averted. Plus, Bwog hears that a lecture scheduled to take place in Butler from 6-7:30 was cancelled in advance. Yeah, planned fire alarms are just an excuse […]
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The Street Sweets dessert truck is parked on Broadway and 117th street! It’s a beautiful day, and right now is always the best time for red velvet cake.   
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