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Our Arts Editor brings you Bwog’s review of The 121st Varsity Show, as well as some thoughts of his own. V121 opens on ambitious RA and plucky heroine Gwen Ross (Gabrielle Bullard, BC ’18) returning from a semester spent abroad. She is anxious to return to her Columbia home, and we, the audience, look forward to joining her in our own […]

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As your day comes to it’s close, and your all-nighter comes to it’s opening, Bwog offers you a late post to distract yourself with. Our Arts Editor, not so unfamiliar with procrastination himself hopes this story will fit nicely between the latest Buzzfeed video and your next Parks and Recreation tribute. I get there around […]

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Earlier this week, we were tipped a document stating that an alleged Russian spy was recruiting at a “major” NYC university…perhaps Columbia? Inspired by this McSweeney’s column, our top conspiracy theorist describes the double life of a Columbia student turned secret agent. You begin preparing for your life in the shadows in the second week […]

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Yesterday was the last day of classes, but more importantly, it was the night of XMAS!, Columbia’s annual winter musical comedy. What better way to celebrate finishing the semester on a good note than to take in your peers’ creative talent and get a good laugh. Our Arts Editor rejoiced in the revelry and wants […]

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This past weekend, the Barnard Theatre Department put on a production of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull in Minor Latham Playhouse. Bwog’s in-house theater critic discusses the success of subtlety in the show.  Theater shouldn’t come in screaming its intention, tearing off its clothes to reveal itself. It also can’t try for complete obscurity, babble incoherently, […]

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At Columbia, we study everything from the intricacies of the world financial market to the sociological basis and implication of normative gender to the driving forces behind cultural development. When we graduate we will be called on to organize teleconferencing and to prepare adequate legal documentation. Exploring one of these real world skills, and bringing […]

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