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Field Notes: 4/20 Edition

Blaze it and raise it! Friday marked 4/20, every stoner’s favorite holiday. Columbia students were festive for the occasion, lighting up in honor of the one day a year people don’t care that you’re smoking. Here, in no particular order, are the best stories from this weekend. If you have any stories that you want to add, […]

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A Playlist For Your April 20th Needs

By no one’s demand, Bwog has curated a playlist in honor of today’s holiday. We’re wishing good vibes on everyone participating (and anyone suffering because of others participating). And remember: Bwog does not endorse participation in any illegal activity.  gassed via Public Domain Pictures  

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Baking With Bwog: Brownies

It may have been 4/20 yesterday, but we don’t smoke. Bwog is already high all the time… on life! Bakers/staffers Sarah Dahl and Timmy Wu wanted brownies, and they made them. The safe way. We decided to use an old/ancient family recipe from Sarah. After some initial texting confusion (Timmy: We need to bake. Sarah: […]

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Worst Places To Smoke On Campus

Two-thirds of college students will have smoked the devil’s lettuce at least once in their four years of their undergraduate degree. And in preparation of one of the most underrated holidays (4/20), Bwog writers, Bella and Jack, are here to warn you about the worst places to smoke on campus for you newbies. PrezBo’s Garden: […]

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What’s Your Professor Doing on 4/20?

So you’re definitely getting Baked by Melissa, going to the Tank Top party (once the “Pot Party”), or getting seeds from the John Jay Lounge. It’s cute how CU students come together on 4/20 to produce the most insinuation-laden event names. That said, you can’t really compete with your professor’s itinerary on 4/20—they’re in academia! We […]

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CCSC Debates The Henry Moore Statue

Columbia’s newest addition to its outdoor art collection, to be installed in front of Butler in the coming weeks, has been the source of heated debate on campus in the past week – and, of course, this debate reached last night’s CCSC meeting. Joe Milholland reports on the most recent development in the Statue Discourse. […]

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The Official Prospie Guide To 4/20

We’ve been scouring both Barnard and Columbia campuses this weekend looking for potential homies, but even first-years agree that this year’s batch of prospies looks like they just graduated the eighth grade. However, we know that there is at least one prospie stoner (cough LA kids cough) wandering around MoHi on this rainy Monday afternoon looking for […]

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Columbia Is A Venerated Ivy League Institution

Suck it, #OurBlue. Back in the day, Columbia was proud of its lack of school pride and brazen celebration of illicit activities. In fact, it has become something of a tradition on the twentieth day of April for Bwog to dig through its archives and dredge up memories best forgotten of undergraduates long graduated. Warning: […]

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Tonight’s 4/20 Outdoor Activity

What better way to celebrate this gorgeous Saturday, April the 20th, than by watching a film with your fellow students? One of Bacchanal’s slightly less well-known events — the annual 4/20 movie screening — is happening tonight, and the entertainment of choice is, appropriately, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Bacchanal’s advertising some free popcorn and fruit, so […]

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Putting it Bluntly: Going on a Prospie Tour

…on 4/20. Anna Bahr details her journey below. Read this and more in the May issue of The Blue & White, right on the tail of the April issue, on campus this week. As admitted freshman pare down their college choices in late April, arbitrary details become critical factors in the decision making process. Remember […]

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Forewarned is Fore(20)armed

4/20 conveniently lands on a Friday this year, meaning there’s a whole lot to do around campus in terms of food, parties, and other events than skipping class and heading to Riverside. Bwog’s crack team researchers have compiled a list of events so you don’t have to. Bike to Campus Day: In a truly, um, green […]

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Bacchanal: A Retrospective

Loved Bacchanal and want to reexperience it?  Can’t remember what it looked like?  Missed it because you were too lame being stuck in Butler?  Have no fear, the crew caught it all in this handy thank you video. In case you didn’t make it to the end of the vid, don’t forget Space Jam will be […]

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Journalism By Any Other Name

Thanks to online media, journalism (the profession) is rapidly changing. And on April 20th, Journalism (the building next to Furnald) will be changing as well, renamed “Pulitzer Hall” after Joseph Pulitzer, the early 20th century newspaper magnate who championed sensationalist yellow journalism and funded the creation of both the Pulitzer Prize and Columbia’s J-school, the […]

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Self-Actualized: College Kids’ Desire to Smoke, Eat, and Use the Internet

CampusFood, in an apparent effort to get hip with the kids, sent out a ridiculous 4/20 email. It’s 4/20. Do you know where your munchies are? To make sure you’re fully supplied tonight, we’re dealing out a $4.20 coupon starting at 4:20pm EST. Enter coupon code at check out: PSAFOUR20 Come on. Drugs are bad, […]

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