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Hidden Talents: The Supermodel

In Hidden Talents, Bwog seeks out the most fabulously gifted of your peers and exposes their skills to inspire your general awe and, of course, requisite jealousy. In this edition, Bwog’s resident modeling maven Liz Jacob introduces you to Lisa Cant, GS ’12, Columbia’s very own supermodel. Know any other Columbians worthy of a profile? […]

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NoCo in Pictures

In case you haven’t noticed, Bwog is kinda a fan of NoCo, a.k.a. the Northwest Corner Building. Check out some photos of our beloved building!

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Beauty Surrounds Us!

Columbia, you spoil us. Views of Butler and Uris by ECS and HEH.

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The Beautification Continues

The soothing sound of gently tumbling water washed over sunbathers on Low Steps today as the fountains were turned on, managing to mostly cover up the Lit Hum classes stationed in rings on various patches of nearby grass, obnoxiously discussing Dostoyevsky. Meanwhile LLC residents were presented with brand new grass, unrolled in mats and liberally watered […]

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Barnard Keeps It Beautiful

If you need a little confidence boost in this tough midterm season, Barnard offers a mantra that can’t be repeated enough: “don’t forget you are beautiful!” This banner in a Sulzberger Hall elevator wants you to know that even though you haven’t showered in a week, you’re wearing the sweatshirt you found on the floor […]

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Alma’s Arms Are Wide Indeed

Low Plaza has played host to some divergent causes in the past, but today might just take the cake: the Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints is singing and handing out Books of Mormon in the shadow of Queer Awareness Month’s helium-filled rainbow arch (with a small bake sale against the bailout off […]

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Bwog on a Budget: Cheap Cuts

An easy way to save money is avoiding stuff that costs money. But since pretty much everything costs money, the key to balancing a normal lifestyle and your budget involves avoiding unnecessary expenses.  Haircuts can fall into the unnecessary expenses category for a while, but not forever.  And although you may only get a haircut […]

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Photo Contest Winners: This is the Rhythm of the Night

In our inaugural photo contest, Bwog got many good submissions (this editor’s Gmail quota is now three percent more depleted), which the great hive-mind of Bwog editors narrowed down to five nocturnal masterworks. First “prize” for best submission goes to Janna Herman, B’10, for “CBGB Closing Night.” Be sure to get your original photos in […]

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Forget the Oscars…

E-weeks (re-christened Zvi-Weeks in honor of SEAS’ imminently departing leader) are ending today with an, er, bang: a Mr. and Ms. SEAS contest, complete with trivia and a talent portion. Four young gentlemen and lady engineers will compete for their respective titles, under the watchful eye of a cardboard Zvi Galil (seems he’s been elevated […]

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