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Happening in the World: Eight police officers in Argentina were dismissed after claiming the 540 kilograms of marijuana missing from a police warehouse were eaten by mice. Forensics experts disputed the claim, stating that the large consumption of weed would have resulted in a lot more dead mice. The warehouse may be housing mice, but the […]

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Inspired by Margaret Wise Brown’s best-selling children’s book Goodnight Moon, Friday Daily Editor and former associate of men Idris O’Neill has a message for all those Columbia boys in language they’ll understand.  In the great Ivy school There were some frats And male feminists And a guy overheard With proud sexist prejudice And there were three sports teams sitting […]

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Happening in the World: Demonstrators have apparently been leaving dead bodies outside of the UN headquarters in the Central African Republic. The bodies allegedly belonged to victims of UN violence, but the UN denies any involvement, simply stating that the bodies are part of propaganda. (BBC) Happening in the US: In case you’ve forgotten, Flint, Michigan still does […]

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Happening in the World: Scientists have recently discovered black holes manifested in the center of our galaxy, surrounding other black holes. Columbia’s very own astrophysicist Chuck Hailey published these findings, calling the presence of multiple black holes a “party.” Clearly, astrophysicists don’t need million dollar telescopes to find out bad things manifest around other bad things – just […]

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Bwog forced Friday Daily Editor Idris O’Neill to read 1,000 of those fake script memes during housing season. Here’s what happened. INT. FERRIS BOOTH – MIDDAY A crowded scene, loud rambling. ED SHEERAN’s “Photograph” is playing from downstairs, but just out of earshot. The COLUMBIA HEAVYWEIGHT CREW TEAM is taking up too many tables. Next […]

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Happening in the World: During Tuesday’s preliminary World Cup game between France and Russia in St. Petersburg, Black players were targeted by fans with jeering and ape noises. It is the third occurrence at the St. Peterburg Stadium. FIFA is currently investigating the incident alongside the Fare Network, an organization dedicated to investigating racism in the European […]

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Happening in the World: After finding the skeleton of what was previously conspired to be alien remains in Chile, dubbed Ata by collectors, scientists have confirmed with genetic analysis that the skeleton belonged to a newborn female with multiple gene mutations, resulting in dwarfism and scoliosis, among other genetic conditions. The bones are said to be no […]

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Happening in the World: Mo Farah, a four-time Olympic gold medalist, took to Instagram Live after allegedly being racially profiled at a Munich airport. Farah reports being pushed and harassed and being subjected to a security check, because he wore a hoodie. German Federal Police has released a statement saying that they were merely following […]

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Happening in the World: The French Polynesian government has declared its plan with Blue Frontiers to build a floating island off the coast of Tahiti void. While officials maintain the document never had legal standing, local opposition to the project began when Blue Frontiers began to settle on Antimaono Lagoon. (Pacific News Minute) Happening in […]

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Happening in the World: Athi-Patra Ruga, a South African artist, won the grand prize at Rencontres de Bamako, a pan-African photography exhibit, with his series “The Future White Women of Azania.” His work centers Azania, a promised land that was adopted by Black nationalists in apartheid-era South Africa. See the full gallery here. (CNN) Happening […]

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While the rest of you were ghosting your desperate Valentine’s Day hookups, Bwogger Idris O’Neill was ignoring e-mails from the multiple listservs she’s signed up for. Finding herself being a kind of, sort of, almost member of clubs, she’s been torn between seeing new clubs and the good times you’ve had together. She swears: it’s […]

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Happening in the World: A Barstool Sports radio host Patrick Connor was fired for making inappropriate sexual remarks (content warning) about 17-year-old Olympian Chloe Kim. Connor remarked, “that’s what I like about them high school girls,” on Barstool Sports and was fired on Wednesday by KNBR, another radio station he worked for. Connor has since apologized to Kim and her family for the […]

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Tragically single Bwogger Idris O’Neill tackles the most pressing campus issue of our time: what the fuck happened to Columbia Crushes? I’m just like any of you – hot, eligible, consistently refreshing Columbia Crushes’s Facebook page instead of just following it. I get the same euphoric feeling when someone mentions me and the same feeling of […]

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President Sian Leah Beilock, the eighth President of Barnard College, was inaugurated yesterday. Bwoggers Sarah Harty and Idris O’Neill were there for it all. Sian Leah Beilock (pronounced Sē-ôn Lē-ah Bī-lock, contrary to what most speakers were saying) was inaugurated yesterday at Riverside Church. Present for the event were both Barnard and Columbia students alike, representatives […]

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