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Bacchanal As Told By Someone Who Knows Nothing About Bacchanal

An anonymous Senior Staffer may or may not have accidentally ended up at the Big Gay Ice Cream Store on Bacchanal last year, having missed the opportunity to purchase a ticket, and having gotten a little too lit at pregame parties. She doesn’t regret it, but she’s here to describe the Bacchanal process through the […]

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Gift-Buying For Campus Archetypes

It’s a week until Christmas, and you haven’t started buying gifts for your friends! It’s not really your fault – when you have a final on Christmas Eve Eve, it’s hard to focus on shopping. But if you haven’t quite found the perfect present for your Columbia friends, don’t worry. Momma Bwog has a lot […]

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Bwog In Bed: Star Wars Edition

Tonight, you can see the most anticipated movie of the decade. “Can see” – but you won’t. Have a happy first day of finals. Bwogline: Probably something important is happening in US politics, or world politics, but that’s not important – Star Wars is. Star Wars. Star Wars. Star Wars. You know what people love more than […]

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Overheard: Adderall Papers

While waiting for a class this week, Bwog overheard a group of TAs for a class on Buddhism talking about their students. First TA: “They’re grumpy because they don’t get any sleep and it’s also a side effect of the Adderall. You can always tell when you’re reading an Adderall paper—they think we can’t tell, […]

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Stephan Vincenzo Is Sorry, America

Somebody call Nancy Reagan. NBC’s Brian Williams is talking about Adderall. Interviewed (and ready to scare you straight!) is our very Stephan Vincenzo/Perez (N.B. Stephan told the B&W years ago that “Vincenzo” is “as an homage to Al Capone’s brother.” But that probably doesn’t go well with his redemption narrative, so he’s back to “Perez.”) For the uninitiated, […]

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This is Your Brain on Drugs

But it’s also real life. The giant rat at the 116th gates is tended by a man distributing these flyers about Columbia’s offensive labor standards. He didn’t seem too impassioned. He asked Bwog where he could get cigarettes and a sandwich and was duly pointed towards HamDel.  

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Who said the lives of Ivy League kids are lacking in substance(s)?

For anyone who’s spent any time at Columbia beyond Days on Campus or a guided tour, this article says nothing new. The Arkansas kid who claims that Adderall users are “nonstinky,” however, has clearly not been in an environment (read: Butler) where a thousand souls are pulling their second all-nighters with the aid of their favorite speed-like […]

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