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Don’t Become an Icicle

Due to the snow that has fallen upon Columbia, CU Public Safety sent out a text that the Morningside evening shuttle service has been suspended. Also, Columbia University Facilities sent out an email saying that the gates near Chapel, Earl Hall, and CEPSR might not be open before 10 am tomorrow morning. Stay warm and […]

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Let it Snow!

You’re rushing to class, focusing on that paper that’s due tomorrow or that problem set which you massively messed up. Suddenly, the raindrops upon your umbrella soften. Your eyes slowly look up at the grey sky, which is dusting Columbia’s campus with the joy of the first snow. Will it stick? How much can we […]

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Winter Wonderland

Grab your sled, build a snowman, and roast some chestnuts, it’s snowing!  This morning, Columbia has woken up to the first flurry of the season— which by the looks of it, is slowly turning into a blizzard. Join Bwog in putting your boots on and being jolly. Picture submissions welcome!

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Aftermath of the Snow Day that Wasn’t

A roundup of yesterday’s snow shenanigans: Check out a video of the the snowboarder here. Overheard at the scene: “Well that was anti-climactic.”

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Sweet Sweet Snow

Good morning! Bwog’s pal at CUPS, Shamm Petros, shot this picture of your classmates hurrying to class through the thick flurries. Please please wear earmuffs today, and keep sending snowshots to tips@bwog.com.

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