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On Friday night, fire trucks swarmed outside Shapiro in response to a fire on the fourth floor. Since then, Bwog has received a tip saying that the fire started inside a soap dispenser (something that would not typically catch on fire accidentally), apparently leading RAs and other ResLife staff to believe that the fire was started […]

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University Senate makes progress in proposal to allow December 23 exams to be rescheduled. (Spec) Department of Parks and Recreation propose to cut art vendors allowed in parks. (NYT) Columbia licenses their strand simulation technologies to Adobe. (Newswise) Arson and shoe shine goes hand in hand. (Gothamist) Photo via mikeyu1402’s photostream

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Two bemused boys spotted standing outside of Butler, bugged eyes fixed on the burning flyer at right. One was wielding a cigarette. “Hey, it’s better than studying…”   Update 5:32 PM: Also, it seems that one of the glass doors to Carman has been smashed and covered with police tape. Calm down, guys–we’ve got a […]

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No more CUnity this year. Orientating first-years, who arrived at Columbia a few years too late to have Edward Said tell them that they have in fact been Occidentating all along, instead had BlaZe–a kind of scavenger hunt / color war hybrid–sending them screaming across campuses on both sides of Broadway. Naturally, Bwog was there, […]

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