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BREAKING: Car Crashes Into Indus Valley

Bwog is receiving reports from Blue and White alumnus James Wiliams that a car crashed into the front of Indus Valley, located on the southeast corner of 100th and Broadway. Police have already begun dismantling the car. Standby for more pictures and details as they come in.    UPDATE 3:45 PM: Bwog just returned from […]

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SAE: Fully Loaded

Bwog will admit to a slight fascination with the Society of Automotive Engineers. We’ve swooned over their homemade car, we’ve felt their pain as their ABC allocation shrunk, and today, we shared in their elation when tipster Jonathan Battat informed us that SAE placed 67th (the team’s highest ranking to date) at the Formula SAE […]

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On the Road Again

As is customary before any break, we’ve re-posted our peregrination pointers list in hopes that you will have the quickest, safest, cheapest, most comfortable ride home. And if you have a travel secret that doesn’t appear on the list, email bwog@columbia.edu. Sharing is caring. How to decide upon the lesser of the three evils: train, […]

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Baby You Can Drive My Car

Bwog noticed a circle of six or so boys standing around a homemade car, which is currently parked on Low plaza. The car is the project of the Columbia Society of Automotive Engineers who will compete in a major race next week in Detroit against 140 other teams. Members of the SAE stood proudly around […]

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