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  Image via Parsons’ home page Columbia physics professor John Parsons lectured Thursday night about the science behind the upcoming film Angels and Demons.  Bwog sent our Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmerman, who actually understands these sorts of things, to observe and report. Hollywood and science aren’t known to be fast friends, and explanations […]
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Those who did not crowd Butler 209 on Thursday night can now see the whole show over on CUMB’s blog. We’ve embedded the first joke (about Ann Coulter) below as a preview.
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   Photo by JPMB At this point it’s safe to say that all of Butler has been divided up and that everyone’s entrenched in their designated spots.  For camping of a different (funnier) sort, however, you’ll have to brave the pre-commencement landscaping and head over to the mini-lawn to the right of Alma.  That’s where […]
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   Photo via Revart.blogs.com Spring is upon us (which does not explain the pumpkin in the picture, but stick with us here), and, hand in hand with the warm and the wet come a New York City tradition:  flashers.  Yesterday, Barnard Public Safety sent out yet another of its “Crime Alert” bulletins warning students of […]
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Name, School:  Josh Mathew, CC Claim to fame: Editor in Chief of the Journal of Politics & Society; former Middle East affairs correspondent for the Bwog; RA; Double Discovery Center; leading conspirator in the anti-hunger strike; local jackass. Post-grad plans: Lounging on the always classy Jersey shore for the summer and then returning to a […]
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 Image via Esquire.com What would you get if you fused the classic elegance of James Bond with the hip-hop style of Pharrell Williams? According to Dan Trepanier, you’d get… Well, him. Trepanier, CC ’09, is a semifinalist in Esquire’s “Best Dressed Real Man” online contest, where readers vote for their favorite 21st century Beau Brummell. […]
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Bwog Vermin Control Czar Jon Hill was making the rounds in Brooklyn this week when he discovered a playground full of happy little children and their parents. All seemed well until he noticed the sign hanging outside the gate.
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Your last chance to have a class council foot your pizza bill begins in an hour. In celebration of the CC exam being finished, CCSC 2011 is hosting the final study break of the semester in the McBain lounge at 5 p.m. That means free pizza. Free soda will also be provided. Consolation for your […]
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Name, School: Colin Felsman, CC Claim to fame: If four years of mediocre diplomacy have taught me anything it is that one should never attempt to publicly reflect on their fame, especially not when it will be footnoted by anonymous commentary. But like my senior cohorts I’ll play the acronym game: President of CIRCA (formerly […]
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Just because activities have calmed down here on campus in observance of approaching finals, it doesn’t mean that New York City isn’t still popping! Friday, Saturday, and Sunday The Con Film Festival Film Forum, 209 W Houston St (212.727.8110) This series of cinematic odes to the bad guy will feature classic takes on criminals and […]
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 John Stuart Mill, courtesy Wikipedia Bwog knows finals for Contemporary Civilization are approaching when she hears students asking each other in the hallway, “Do you know anything about Nee-chay?” So, to all sophomores about to engage with the harm principle, categorical imperatives, and the social contract: exercise your will to power. The birds of prey […]
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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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