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Columbia Sculptures As People You See On Tinder

The statues scattered across our campus represent more than just our University’s rich and distinguished history. They are reflective of our community as a whole. Well, at least those of us who dwell among the Tindersphere.

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If She Had A Finsta: Alma Mater

While statuesque, noble Alma Mater might just be the furthest thing from basic, we can all still dream about what she’d be like if she was just an ordinary student of Columbia University like us. As a student, Alma would be the type of girl whose rinsta is 100% filled with professional-looking snapshots: her and some intellectual pals next to the […]

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A Snow Day Prayer: Winter Storm Niko

Dear Alma, And just when you thought Columbia could not get any whiter, Winter Storm Niko loomed its vanilla head. Seriously, Columbia students probably have not been shooken up by this much white nonsense since the Civil War. Tomorrow is but a small sacrifice for our safety and well being. While other New York institutions of higher learning […]

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Your Subconscious Is Speaking To You Through The Statues

There are too many statues on campus, and you definitely have too many suppressed emotions swirling in your head. Let the marble speak for you. You walk through campus, and they are watching you. You can feel their eyes following you as you pass, tracing your path from Kent to Lerner and back to Butler. […]

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VShow Tickets On Sale

The 117th Annual Varsity Show will run from April 29 to May 1. If it’s anything like the preview, it sounds like it might be worth your while. Get your tickets online or at the TIC before April 14th for the early bird discount! If you’re feeling generous, splurge on a VIP ticket. We’re not quite […]

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While You Were in Jamaica

Aside from the lethal shooting of an NYU student, the burial of the kids and adults who didn’t make it out of that Bronx house fire, and about two days of above 65 degree weather, you didn’t miss much in NYC. But at Columbia, on the other hand…just look at all of the exciting things […]

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Alma-sous-arc-en-ciel: Queer Awareness Month is upon thee

Today is the first workday of Queer Awareness Month, and the works are certainly in progress. Alma is bracketed by a floating balloon-rainbow and several students are seated at a table in front of her, handing out treats. Skip along to Low Plaza to get free Skittles (Taste the Rainbow) and condoms from our campus […]

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Alma’s Bloody Revenge?

The Bwog got a mysterious email earlier today claiming that Alma had been attacked with red paint. By the time we made it over to Low, all the Bwog could see was this guy cleaning up: While the red fingers socialists as the culprit, we think it’s more likely architecture students sick of Columbia’s dull […]

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