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Bwoglines: Bernie Sanders Wants You To Wash Your Clothes Edition

Happening in the World: There has been an influx of French citizens moving to the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood of Montreal in recent years, transforming the area into a French enclave with Parisian accents and traditional restaurants.

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Bwoglines: “They Took ‘Er Jobs!”

No,  that wasn’t an episode of South Park you tuned into on CNN last night. Regardless of whether you participated in a drinking game for last night’s debate, you all woke up with some type of headache. Between Trump’s repetitive, juvenile jabs and Hillary’s uncomfortable, forced laughter, I can assure you the debate did not do any wonders […]

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Weekend Playlist: 29 Songs To Celebrate Drake’s 29th Birthday

It’s no secret that we at Bwog are huge fans of Drake–we bump his music at our parties and in the stacks, we make him our cover photos, and we may or may not have made our own edit of the Hotline Bling video (but you’ll have to come to our meeting this Sunday to find […]

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Houses And Homes: Fort Erie, Ontario

Before the summer ends and we’re all back in Boringside Heights, Bwog wants to highlight your Houses and Homes! Send a picture of your vacation spot/triple-monitor set-up at work/tiny apartment in the city/sprawling backyard in the middle of nowhere to tips@bwog.com, and don’t forget to include where you are, what it smells like, what it sounds […]

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Houses and Homes: Canada

Continue on our tour of your classmates’ summer houses and homes. And send your own to tips@bwog.com! Today’s location is very summer-appropriate… Where: Sauble Beach, on Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada Sight: Sound: Waves crashing and kids shouting. And that swing set on the right is incredibly creaky. Smell: Wet sand, wood smoke, and sunscreen. […]

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Bwoglines: Real World Updates Edition

Because you need some random item immediately, Amazon worked out a deal with the United States Postal Service to be able to get it to you on a Sunday. (Amazon) (Salon) Aw, young people aren’t comfortable writing cell phones into fiction. There goes technology, ruining things again. What about if you feel it’s entirely impossible to write […]

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Meet Mike of the MLS

Bwog got a chance to sit down with Mike Mazzullo, CC ’12, three-year soccer captain and star midfielder, to discuss his reaction to the news that he has been drafted to the MLS and his expectations moving forward. Mazzullo will head to Canada this weekend for preseason training with Toronto FC. Bwog: Congrats on getting […]

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Refugees in a Foreign Land

fun fun fun fun via Anonymous Tipster

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David Helfand Leaves Columbia to Seek Truth

Almost as famous for the epic proportions of his beard as for his pedagogy, the chair of the Astronomy department and Frontiers of Science mastermind Professor David Helfand will be relocating to Canada. It was reported Monday in a local newspaper in a remarkably hand-wavey way that “Helfand is now on a long term leave […]

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Helfand Taking Leave of Absence

Frontiers of Science mastermind David Helfand has gotten a promotion! After embarking on a bold experiment last year at Squamish, Canada’s Quest University, he has been named  “acting president”. According to the National Post, “he will take a paid leave of absence from Columbia and move to Squamish in January, where he will work, gratis, […]

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CU People in the News Roundup

In which Bwog newcomer Anish Bramhandkar keeps you up to date on the latest news in the strange and quirky happenings of the lives of Columbia’s finest.  Beware, in some cases connections to our fair alma mater may be otherwise dubious or somewhat circumspect. UPDATE: Columbia Economics professors hijack today’s New York Times Op-Ed page […]

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Free Ticket Alert!

The first three Bwog readers to email cuarts@columbia.edu by the end of the day can score a pair of free tickets to tonight’s Shout Out Out Out Out concert at the Tank (They’re from Canada!). Show starts at 8 down in Tribeca. Read the full description at CUArts.com.

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School of Arts Dean Ferguson Flees to Canada

No word yet on why Ferguson hated freedom PrezBo’s letter after the jump

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We Assume She’s Canadian

Overheard in the Carman computer lab: “No, I mean, there’s more pollution and sometimes it smells like maple syrup, but it’s pretty much the same.” –Ashley Nin

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It’s official—We’re Bad-Ass

It’s academia’s equivalent to The 50 Most Beautiful People. And it’s put out by that most discerning of polemicists, David Horowitz. With all the appropriate pageantry, he presents us withThe 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America. Danger is sexy! And guess what? Columbia is the sexiest! Nine of the Dr. Dangers teach at Columbia. Eric […]

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