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Get off campus while you still can.  It’s our Guide to the Weekend. Thursday-Sunday The Whitney Museum has a “comprehensive” collection of Georgia O’Keefe artwork on display all weekend, including a portrait series of the artist who didn’t paint unmentionables.  Thursday-Sunday @ Whitney Museum. Delicatessan has sprouted a sister restaurant.  Macbar won’t service your Apple […]
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CQA, the OMA, and the Alphabet Soup Commission are teaming up once again to welcome students back with the annual Queer Sushi event in Lerner. CQA president Bryan Reid has assured us that there will be vegetarian “sushi” as well. It starts at 7:00 PM in Party Space and lines have been long in the […]
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Overheard in Hartley: Awkward Freshman #1: Hey, I really like your shirt.  MIA’s awesome. Awkward Freshman #2: Hey thanks!  You know, it’s crazy how many people know her here, I didn’t expect it. Awkward Freshman #1: Yeah, well she’s pretty big in Paris, so… Welcome to the LLC, where you’ll find out that you’re not […]
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The Eye, Spec’s vague “features and arts” weekly, posted its first issue of the semester today.  Bwog perused it so you don’t have to. The Eye staff is feeling pretty chummy this week, it seems.  The Eye agreed with Mark Taylor and nodded at The New York Times. The Eye can write like a valley […]
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Barnard SGA is holding their own activities fair today starting at 11:00 AM on the Lehman Lawn in the James Room (4th floor of Barnard Hall). The showcase of eighty, meticulously categorized organizations would be completely unremarkable were it not for their promise of free mini-cupcakes! And remember, sugary sweets are part of a balanced […]
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A Spiderman wannabe has been kicking in AC units and skylights in the Village.  The real superhero would never have napped at the scene. (Post) Continuing our march towards complete apathy,  there was only a 10% turnout in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary.  Apparently, more people know what “comptroller” is than “mayor.”(NY1) Newark has many problems, the […]
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Around 9pm the Lerner piano lounge will play host to a lot of ice cream, Pepsi, root beer and of course, and lots of eager, ice-cream-scooping student government kids. Though “floating” isn’t the word Bwog would use to describe the transition from freshman to sophomore year, CCSC 2012 certainly has its heart in the right […]
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  Columbia’s Low Rotunda played host yesterday to a couple of really nice chaps—the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and our very own big-wig, Mike Bloomberg. Before saying anything else about the World Leaders Forum, what the mayors said, how they said it, and what they meant, it is crucial that you know two things. […]
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For all those times when you really can’t think of a single thing to watch on YouTube, Columbia is here to help! For your viewing and distracting pleasure, the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning brings you… Columbia’s revamped YouTube channel.  Columbia is not the first university to join YouTube EDU, and like those […]
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Prospective Bwoggers – just a reminder that applications for our daily editorships are due tonight at midnight. Send the following (and any questions) to bwog@columbia.edu: 1. A list of five (5) ideas for future posts and/or consistent features. 2. One (1) previous Bwog post you liked and why. 3. One (1) previous Bwog post you […]
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Forget checking Facebook on your way to Econ; a Bwog tipster discovered that the row of shiny new Mac monitors in IAB’s sixth floor lobby is reserved for SIPA network users only.  SIPA may be indulging its students less than it appears, however; Bwog learned that slow hard drives running Windows lie beneath their stylish […]
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  Bwog was at a loss; it’s a lot harder to shake “Bweckfast with Bwog” out of your head than you’d think. But, as we verged on a nervous bweakdown, the hot dog machine in Lerner suddenly burst into life, and written in the ketchup of the miracle was our answer! And so for the […]
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