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Fairway is the best way, reason no. 1362: bodegas charge nearly twice as much for grocery staples. (New York Post) Open House New York ends today–check out this 53rd Street MTA Powerstation, designed with help from our old friends McKim, Mead and White. (Gothamist) New York in a box! A man sends his soldier pal […]
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A Ruckus for Sukkos

If you’re in Butler and were wondering why people are happy outside your window, look no further than Low Plaza where over a hundred happy Jews are dancing with torahs. It’s the last night of the harvest holiday of Sukkot, and revelers are linking arms, singing and rejoicing over the crops they have reaped this […]
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Bwog’s “surprised and humbled” film guy Mark Hay is back with this week’s movie recommendations. So Obama got a Nobel Peace prize – how very strange. One might be tempted to say that the Norwegians are just trying to have a bit of fun at the expense of Americans by placing our wonderful, but rather […]
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If you want high fashion with your free food, catwalk your way over to Satow Room on Lerner’s fifth floor from 4-6 pm today. CU Couture is putting on a make-over extravaganza starring 7 of your classmates, before and after photos, and lots of strutting of one’s stuff. The event, which features professional Fashion Week […]
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Thursday afternoon saw NYU professor Edward Wolff (the happy guy at right) visit IAB 801 to lecture on “Long-Term Trends in The Levy Institute Measure of Economic Well-Being, 1959-2004.” Sounds complicated? That didn’t stop Bwog’s Wealth and Mad Men correspondent Emily Ahn from filing a report. Like a book, you can’t judge a lecture by its title. […]
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And here we were, hoping for apple cider and hayrides.   Bwog’s fine-cuisine expert Eliza Schapiro Shapiro reports that the first fried Oreo opportunity is around 112th street. Additionally, there’s an American Apparel “rummage sale” going on in front of Campo. There would be.
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Bwoglines: Lucky Us

Supplies of the regular flu vaccine are running low in some parts of the country. Good thing the patient patients among us were vaccinated on Tuesday. (NYT) Unlike these two Rutgers grads, we don’t have to deal with the perils of the real world, yet. (NYT)  A cartwheeling subway rider gets a good old-fashioned beating […]
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Though still devoid of frankfurters chilled, grilled, or otherwise, the Empti Lounge’s hot dog machine appears to be the newest member of Columbia’s illustrious Flex network. A technician installed a Flex reader on the front panel of the machine today, enabling you to pass off your sizeable weiner bills to your parents as soon as […]
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Tired of constantly having to choose between Le Monde and Mill Korean for a viewbook-worthy ethnic meal? Columbia’s French Cultural Society and Korean Students Association have teamed up to solve all your problems with Parisian Seoul, a sit-down and/or take-away dinner with both French and Korean specialties. For drinkers of the world, the event will […]
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As noted in the Bwoglines, Barack Obama, CC ’83, was this morning awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, while even the president admitted that he does “not view it as a recognition of my own accomplishments,” and even though Wikipedia’s article on the “2009 Nobel Peace Prize” is mostly about the controversy, Columbia can still increase its […]
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Ah, fall. The falling leaves, the earlier sunsets, and the inevitable campus controversies. And just when it looked like Columbia might escape a fall controversy, the Columbia Republicans have stepped up to the challenge, bringing strident anti-Islam Dutch MP Geert Wilders to campus on October 21st, at 8 p.m. The event is being cosponsored by […]
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Football: A week before Homecoming against Penn, the football team has a valuable non-league test against Lafayette. The Leopards are 3-1, and won convincingly at Yale last weekend, 31-14. Kickoff is at 6 p.m., with audio on gocolumbialions.com and WKCR. Fencing: Seniors Kurt Getz and Daria Schneider competed this past week at the World Fencing […]
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