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Bwog’s fancy shmancy weather predictor tells us that this beautiful day is the last one we’re to see in a while (and by a while, we mean, 10 days).  The steps are looking nice and warm, and this would be a great opportunity to indulge a little before the workload (and the cloud cover) gets […]
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Meat on The Go

Replacing the notoriously low-cal Tasti D-Lite: a hot dog vending machine. There are three “freshly grilled” options: Nathan’s ($2), Hebrew National ($2.50) and Sabbret ($3.50). Watch this space on Wednesday as Bwog sacrifices its tastebuds and culinary dignity to bring you a review, and then watch again on Thursday for the collapse from cardiac arrest. […]
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Dear Friends: Please join the staff of The Blue and White and the Bwog (pictured at right) at our first meeting of the year, happening tonight, Monday night, at 9:30 PM in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel. First-years and new writers/artists/editors are especially welcome and encouraged to attend. We’ll be planning our October issue […]
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Bring a bike and start doing stunts…   …including balancing above a real live person’s face (after the jump, plus a YouTube video of some of the stunts).
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   Image via Antiqbook.com The best of times: Kittens need to move out of their 72nd Street apartment and into your heart (Gothamist). Freakonomics thinks your professors should pay you (NYT Freakonomics blog)! Coming soon:  more room to stand in line waiting for a friendly Labyrinth BookCulture employee to glance your way (Spec).   The […]
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   Image via HardCoreBikes.ca College Walk is certainly a versatile place, and, this morning, the sometime soap-box and occasional amphitheater and will add a new title to its resume:  Biketrial playground.  Congregate in front of Low at 10 AM sharp to see professional biketrial whiz Thomas Oehler perform various exciting tricks all over the Academic […]
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Bwog reports from the first CCSC meeting of the year. Like the first day of class, the first CCSC meeting of the year had little in the way of substance. Instead, just as that first class gives students a chance to see how a teacher will run proceedings, the mostly new CCSC members (only 8 […]
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Nature capped our final free weekend of the semester with some gorgeous weather and a beautiful sunset over Low.  After the nervous excitement of this first week, take some time to relax because it’s the last chance you’ll get. See you in Butler. Photo by AB
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It’s 78 and the sun is shining, and experts say that this is prime ice cream weather. RAs in Broadway, McBain, and Ruggles have generously come together to meet that need, with free “sundaes, smoothies, and ice cream” in their respective lobbies/ basement, between 4 and 5 p.m. Should be delicious. 
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Sure, we reported this a day early, but at least it’s still happening. Columbia/Barnard Hillel, a.k.a. “our HILLEL that Never Sleeps!” is having a free brunch today at 12:30 (i.e. now). It’s on the 3rd floor of the Hillel Building, which is at 606 W. 115th street, right across from Schapiro. And the extra time […]
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Mark Lilla debates whether conservative ideas are properly studied on college campuses, and adds that, at Columbia “not a single prominent conservative is to be found.” (Chronicle of Higher Education) HHS Secretary says swine flu vaccines could start early next month, but will that really stop the hysteria? (AP) The new (and even-more-Twitter-like) Facebook Lite […]
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Starting strong in their first home matches of the year, the men’s and women’s soccer teams both recorded emphatic victories this weekend. Senior James Prince and first-years Nick Scott and Will Stamatis all scored to lead the men’s team over Long Island, 3-1, while, for the women, 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year Sophie […]
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