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We received two tips earlier today after students witnessed Law and Order: SVU cast and crew filming an episode near campus. Continue to send us information of what’s going on around this part of town by emailing us at tips@bwog.com.   Tip #1: “Law and Order SVU is currently filming the ‘protesting outside of Prezbo’s house’ scene for […]

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 Last night, in the Lerner Black Box, Columbia Musical Theatre Society put on its rendition of Bright Lights, Big City, the musical based on Jay McInerney’s haunting novel of the same name. Conor Skelding took it as an excuse to spend extra time in Lerner. I went into CMTS’s Bright Lights, Big City, having read […]

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Seems as if things having been quiet on the Roa-llie front since their last encounter, and Bwog can only conclude that they’ve decided to part ways. While our favorite cub seems content with bachelorhood, Millie, heading out for a night on the town in this picture, seems determined to start over. Spotted by Hannah Goldstein

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The lights were removed from College Walk, which is kind of exciting! Here’s why: Columbia doesn’t feel the need to distract us from terrible weather with pretty non-denominational holiday decorations for the rest of the semester. So, maybe the weather won’t be terrible from here on out. Q.E.D. See the newly bare trees below:

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