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For this issue’s ATSL, The Blue and White endeavored to grapple with the most pressing question concerning the Columbia community (or, perhaps, just Bwog readers): should you read the comments? While we obviously think you should, Features Editor and magazine contributor Tatini Mal-Sarkar, CC ’17, tells you why, and staff writer Mabel Taylor, BC ’18, tells […]

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For your enjoyment during the miserable bowels of finals, we hereby present another piece from our beloved mother magazine, The Blue and White. This month’s ATSL, written by senior editor Alexander Pines, CC ’16, and contributor Mabel Taylor, BC ’18, ponders a questions that I’m sure we’ve all wondered about in the past few days: am […]

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Ever honoring our amorous affair with our mother magazine, The Blue and White, we hereby present this month’s ATSL, in which Senior Editor Hallie Nell Swanson, CC ’16, and staff writer Virginia Fu, CC ’17, take on the issue of whether or not Lerner is, in fact, art. Look for the magazine to be on campus […]

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Be sure to grab a copy of The Blue and White, on campus now. For this issue’s At Two Swords’ Length (ATSL), Editor-in-Chief Torsten Odland, CC ’15, and Senior Editor Luca Marzorati, CC ’15 may or may not be members of law enforcement.  Affirmative by Torsten Odland  You’re damn right I’m a cop! What makes you […]

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For their final issue of The Blue and White, editor in chief Conor Skelding, CC ’14, and managing editor Anna Bahr, BC ’14, duked it out over Who Knows What They’re Talking About in a favorite reoccurring feature of prose and cons, “At Two Swords’ Length“. You, dear readers, have the pleasure of being their judge […]

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In the February issue of The Blue and White, Torsten Odland and Matthew Schantz tangle over whether you should, well, open the blinds. You should read the full issue either by (1) picking it up on campus or (2) letting your fingers do the walking, and logging on to theblueandwhite.org. I like to have the blinds […]

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The Winter issue of The Blue & White is at the printer. The printer is such a tease! Ha! In the meantime, read on for Senior Editor Will Holt’s and contributor Torsten Odland’s takes on whether or not you should unhang that CU hoodie and represent. Affirmative Let me start out by saying that I hate […]

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The Autumn issue of The Blue & White, our parent magazine is out! You can get it from many of the campus buildings, including Lerner and Hamilton, and also read it on the “Internet” at theblueandwhite.org! Here, Senior Editor Anna Bahr and Bwog Senior Contributor Alexandra Svokos discuss the relative merits of sharing or withholding your cigarettes.  […]

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The September issue of The Blue & White is now on campus! Here on Bwog we’ll be posting juicy bits of the issue for those of you whose eyes no longer process anything that isn’t a backlit LED display. Appropriately, to kick things off, below you can read Allie Curry and Matthew Schantz debate the value […]

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Victoria Wills and Mark Hay engage in a battle of local subway stops. Read this and more in the upcoming April issue of The Blue & White. AFFIRMATIVE—116th or Bust by Victoria Wills Mark asked me to commit. He wanted me to pick a side, buy a ticket, and follow him all the way. What […]

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Be on the lookout for the February issue of The Blue & White, on campus now! Bwog will again honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Such treats include the first part of a discussion on the Columbia School, a visit to the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, and a talk about, well, […]

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Keep your eyes open for the October issue of The Blue & White, coming soon to campus. Until then, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting highlights of the upcoming issue online. Among the treats to look forward to: Knickerbocker Motorsports: a surprisingly gripping history, an examination of Columbia’s updated sexual assault policy, and the festive search for magic on […]

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If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights on Bwog. In “At Two Swords’ Length” two writers take opposing sides of a truly contentious collegiate issue and duke it out with their sheer wits. This […]

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We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: an interview with Dean Peter Awn; the quixotic quest for a Quidditch team; and a reflection on Columbia’s recent media malaise. In “At Two Swords’ Length” two writers […]

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The latest issue of The Blue & White is on campus newsstands now, and we’ll be posting all the articles on Bwog.  “At Two Swords’ Length” is a feature presenting opposing opinions on an issue. This month, Adam Kuerbitz and Liz Naiden deliberate on whether you ever truly have a minute. Affirmative I was about […]

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