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Field Notes: Missing The Bus And Furry Doors Edition

Oh, you didn’t ask? Well, we’re telling you what we did the first week of the semester anyway.

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Books In Bars: Arts And Crafts Beer Parlor

After the Bwog staffers’ journey to the depths of 1020, replete with books, they had a far less tumultuous time at the newest Morningside Heights addition- Arts and Crafts Beer Parlour, conveniently located across the road from the freshmen dorms on Amsterdam. Depending on your study style, Arts and Crafts may be a better study […]

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Roomhop: Wallach Castle

Bwog took a trip to the LLC on the rumor that a simple single had been converted into a castle. And indeed, the rumors were true. As always, if you find a room that you think should be hopped, send it to tips@bwog.com Rienzi Gokea has a creative soul, but he decided to take the […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 9/6

Upperclassmen rejoice: it’s your first Columbia Greenmarket of the year!  (No, stumbling past the tents in a hungover daze on Sunday after your first night back doesn’t count.)  The market is here every Thursday and Sunday on Broadway between 114th and 116th.  Bwog has your highlights: On Sundays, the market collects food scraps for compost […]

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The Bwog Finals Fortune Teller

Sure, it’s Saturday night, but it’s also finals week, meaning that your closest encounter with anyone “dressed to impress” will likely be with this girl. Regardless, that urge to pack up and hit The Heights is probably pretty strong about now. To aid in your decision, we happily present a favorite from the archives, the […]

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A House is Not a Habitat Unless It’s Edible

Update: A tipster sent in the gingerbread replica of Low Library now pictured at right. We commend the effort and wonder how PrezBo will like his new sugary habitat. The seasonal studybreaks are proliferating! Head over to the 1st floor Broadway Lounge for gingerbread house building. The organizers, Habitat for Humanity, are making bold claims […]

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The Bwog Finals Fortune Teller

We’re stuck in Butler too, wishing we were back in elementary school when all we had to do was color in the circles and not calculate their velocities relative to the Sun as they hurtle through space. Holding fast to the spirit of youth, we’ve created a cootie catcher. Now this toy you once used […]

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Fulfill Your Science Requirement!

It’s like Physics for Poets! Bwog’s 168th Street Correspondent Megan McGregor reports from an art gallery at the Medical School. Walking into Columbia’s Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion lobby expecting an art exhibition entices bizarre mental images of what one might find.  However, expect to be pleasantly surprised.  Columbia University’s Office of Government and Community […]

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