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“Don’t trust everything you read on the Internet, but do trust everything you read on Bwog.” — John Jay

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The Social Experiment is over. Spec reports that roommates Sharon Wu and Abril Dozal, both CC’13, tied for the win, both accumulating 145 passwords. Ian Kwok and our friends at the Socialist Experiment came just behind them, acquiring 108 passwords. “I didn’t feel the purpose of the game was to get me to talk to […]

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It Begins!

The Class of 2014 has begun to trickle in. Bwog extends a warm welcome to the COÖP fresh-people currently spending their first night at Columbia sleeping under the huge Convocation tent on South Lawn. Bwog found COÖP leaders and freshmen in a semi-circle on the lawn this evening, singing “Roar, Lion, Roar” together. One “fearless […]

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You really are here, and it’s beginning to set in. You are back in class, back in Lerner, and back in line at Hamdel (as Bwog noted early last night). Don’t feel so bad about it though, Bwog will keep you company as you “take notes” (or not) on your laptop. And don’t forget to […]

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The Barnard-Columbia Mystery, solved! Spar’s presidential legacy, seeing as she has not in fact become president, still TBD Bet it won’t include tripling the endowment Barnard women need jobs too!  In other news! Books writer comes to terms with her snobbery Columnist comes to terms with his yuppieness

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Hey look, that student center located in the transparent cube thing between Furnald and the J-School is on the verge of opening. It’s not serving yet, but the facilities appear to be ready to go and it’s no longer under construction. The interior looks like what someone in 1983 might imagine a cafe in 2008 […]

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Our series on professors’ opening remarks continues, because Monday-Wednesday classes have auspicious beginnings too! Send your overheards our way at bwgossip@columbia.edu. Stats professor Chun Yip wrote the following definition of “independence” (as in variables) on the board: “Independence: The relatively frequency of one variable are the same when condition on every categories of the 2nd […]

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We’ve noticed, dear avian enthusiasts, that photos and sightings of Hawkmadinejad—not to mention our other new friends Nathaniel, Pale Male and Goose Robbins—have constituted about 90% of tips we’ve received. Therefore, in the spirit of reader involvement and instant gratification, we are proud to launch the Hawkmadinebwog, a round-the-clock Columbia bird-related news network.    Our […]

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