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While the graduate student lounge in Philosophy was renovated quite a long time ago, it took Bwog a while to find a way in. A coffee loving Bwog writer, who has asked to go by the alias Agent Dale Cooper (obviously in honor of the return of Twin Peaks), found a way to sneak in […]

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A sign has appeared in Uris warning rowdy B-schoolers to keep it outside. Bwog was wondering why a similar sign didn’t exist in Butler, until we realized the obvious (and sad) answer. When you go to a school that treats its students to a kegger, you need to make sure that the library is an alcohol-free zone. When […]

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Believe it or not, Columbia scientists actually have better things to do than Frontiers. Bwog presents a review of Columbia’s week in science. Headlines were compiled by Ricky Raudales, who may or may not have submitted the hawk-themed short. One panel of judges at last week’s Tribeca Film Festival included two familiar scientists, Stuart Firestein […]

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Why all these one sided articles bwog? Why not interview people who liked the contract? Why not interview people (read more)
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