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A classic feature in The Blue and White, we bring you some Campus Characters from the latest issue of the mag! Virginia Fu brings us a profile on Columbia’s coolest twins—Alex and Grayson Warrick. Check out more campus characters and pieces about NSOP in the mag out now! At one point during my interview with […]

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One more piece from the May issue of The Blue and White: a Campus Character. Daniel Stone profiles University Senator Richard Sun. You can still grab a copy in Lerner. Or read the damn thing online. At the suggestion of Richard Sun, CC ’13, we meet in the gaudily adorned lobby of Le Parker Meridian […]

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If you don’t know the following figure, you definitely should. In Campus Characters, The Blue and White introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things. If you’d like to suggest a Campus Character, send us an email at editors@theblueandwhite.org. From the current issue, on newsstands across campus today, staff writer Matt Schantz, CC […]

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In the February issue of The Blue and White, Grace Rosen profiles Karishma Habbu, CC ’13 and CCSC president. You can read the rest of February, as well as several back-issues, at theblueandwhite.org. The March issue is coming real soon. A red knee-length peacoat, white fluffy earmuffs, and matching white gloves: that was Columbia College […]

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The Winter issue of The Blue & White is on campus now! It’s also on our website, theblueandwhite.org. Look for it in Lerner and Butler. Here, contributor Somer Omar profiles Jasmine Sudarkasa, a Campus Character. If you have not yet met Jasmine Sudarkasa, know that she wants to meet you. She thrives on being surrounded […]

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Keep an eye out for a fresh issue of The Blue and White, which is lurking around campus after a Sandy-delay. In Campus Characters, the Blue & White introduces you to a handful of Columbians whose interesting and extraordinary experiences result in captivating stories. Here, staff contributor Torsten Odland introduces you to Carl Majeau, CC ’13.  I’m willing to bet that […]

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In this piece from the Autumn issue of  The Blue & White, Anna Bahr, BC ’14, introduces us to the interesting personality of the president of the CU Dems. You will probably hear Janine Balekdjian, CC ’13, before you see her. Though diminutive in stature, her voice more than compensates for her petite frame. As Peter […]

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If you haven’t yet, be sure to pick up a copy of the September issue of The Blue & White. In the meantime, we’ll keep posting articles on Bwog for your perusal. Below, Senior Editor Claire Sabel gets you acquainted with campus character Gavin McGown. Gavin McGown, CC ’13, is not one, but a whole cast […]

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The September issue of The Blue & White is now on campus, and Bwog will continue posting tasty tidbits for your reading pleasure. Below, Peter Sterne sits down for a chat with Deaton Jones. If you are one of the few who don’t already know Deaton, here’s why you should. Pretty much everyone knows Deaton […]

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Augusta Harris profiles the outgoing CCSC prez. Look for this and more in the April issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week. Aki Terasaki, CC ’12, CCSC president and two-time class president, might be one of Columbia’s biggest fans, as evidenced by his high school graduation gift: a cat he named Roar-ee. […]

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Claire Sabel introduces you to the life and times of former Spectator Editor-in-Chief Sam Roth. Look for this and more in the upcoming April issue of  The Blue & White. Sam Roth, CC ’12, hopes for a future in politics. He doesn’t plan on running for office, but rather “would love to be the guy […]

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Be on the lookout for the February issue of The Blue & White, on campus now! Bwog will again honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Such treats include the first part of a discussion on the Columbia School, an investigation into Columbia’s animal testing practices, and a talk about, […]

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Be on the lookout for the February issue of The Blue & White, on campus now! Bwog will again honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Such treats include the first part of a discussion on the Columbia School, an investigation into Columbia’s animal testing practices, and a talk about, […]

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Be on the lookout for the December issue of The Blue & White, arriving on campus this week. In the meantime, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Such treats include a breakdown of Barnard’s budget woes, a look at Columbia’s proposal for a new engineering campus, and the politics […]

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Keep your eyes open for the October issue of The Blue & White, which, after a delay from the printers, has finally arrived to campus! In the meantime, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting highlights of the upcoming issue online. Among the treats to look forward to: Knickerbocker Motorsports: a surprisingly gripping history, an examination of Columbia’s updated sexual […]

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