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Join the editors of the Blue and White tonight at 8pm in the Dodge Room in Earl Hall. (Indeed, the meetings this semester will not be in the basement of St. Paul’s–you’ll find the gospel choir there instead on Monday evenings.) If you’re interested in writing, illustrating, or editing for our sister publication, bring your ideas! Snacks […]

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It’s a Monday afternoon. Bwog is advertising for club meetings other than their own on a day other than Sunday. We want to show our once-mother publication some love, and we welcome you to show it some love as well at their final Spring 2015 meeting tonight at 9 pm in the crypt of St. Paul’s Chapel. Though it’s […]

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Rejoice! The Blue and White has just arrived on campus. You can find a copy in your dormitory, Butler, Lerner, and the Diana. For those of you impatient to get your hands on the real deal, here are a few highlights from the issue: Barnard discusses opening admissions to trans women Should university administrators be […]

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Attention! Are you good at website design or coding? Interested in online illustration? Trying to find an extra-curricular to fill the gap of that four point class you just dropped? The Blue And White, also known as our parent in print-form, is Columbia’s monthly undergraduate magazine. The magazine is looking for people to assist with website tech. Students interested […]

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We see you sitting there in Butler, looking at Bwog in 210 (or worse, you’re in class. Shame on you). You’ve always wanted to write for a magazine, ever since you saw The Devil Wears Prada in 2006. This is your chance. You’ve only got one shot. One opportunity. It’s time to seize everything you ever […]

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Dear Friends, You may claim that midterms take precedent in planning your mid-week outings, but we know where your priorities truly lie: attending The Blue & White meeting this fine eve. Come over to the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel at 9 pm to pitch content for the upcoming issue, enjoy some delicious food, and ponder destiny with our lovely staff. If you’re […]

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Do you like writing? Are meetings your calling? Are you enchanted by the colors blue and white? If you answered yes to any of these questions (and even if you didn’t), come to the Blue and White meeting tonight at 9 pm in St. Paul’s Chapel. Come to discuss pitches for the upcoming issue, to […]

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The staff of the Blue and White kindly requests the pleasure of your company at tonight’s meeting at 9:30 PM in the basement of St. Paul’s chapel. This very well could be the last Blue and White meeting of the decade, depending on how things are looking next week. So! Please come if you are […]

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