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#tbt: Obama

Recently, a conservative blog called The Blaze floated the rumor that Obama didn’t actually go to Columbia. So, we did some sleuthing of our own (i.e., we checked his senior yearbook) to see if there’s any evidence that Obama really was on campus at some point. Okay, so we didn’t actually find any. He’s not […]

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#tbt Greek Games Edition

This week’s #tbt is brought to you by the Columbia Spectator Archives and Britt Fossum, who kind of wishes she went to Barnard. Have anything you’d like to see featured? Send it to tips or use our anonymous form. Bacchanal is a fairly recent development in Columbia’s history, starting only in the 2000s. But long […]

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#tbt: Twins

Bwog’s lifeblood is institutional memory. Britt Fossum delved into the archives of the RBML just in time for #tbt. This week’s edition just kind of happened by accident. One of the boxes of historical photographs of Columbia in the rare books and manuscript library is labelled simply Columbia: Traditions. Within this box were pictures of […]

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