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A Baby Bwogger’s guide to the Columbia alphabet.

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Musical Mentors Collaborative is hosting a fundraising concert this Saturday at 4 pm in Lerner C555 in conjunction with Columbia Classical Performers, and “yes, there will be free food.” Bwog caught up with co-presidents Nisha Hollingsworth and Julia Sayles to find out more about the club. Bwog: So what does Musical Mentors do? Nisha: We […]

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Bwog’s Clubbin’ feature is back in action to show you some of the most unique, zany, and fascinating clubs Columbia has to offer. Bwog daily editor, and resident Strong Man, Matt Schantz, known for wearing bowling shoes as actual shoes, went renegade clubbin’ and spent a day at Harlem Lanes. Members of the Columbia Club Bowling […]

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The Columbia club scene is a mixed bag—and no, we don’t mean Campo Cloud 9 Saturdays. We mean, like, student clubs. Bwog’s Clubbin‘ feature is here to introduce you to some of the most eclectic of the group. In this edition, Bwog’s Designated Driver Wannabe Wizard Zach Kagan mounted his Firebolt and caught up with […]

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Clubbin’ profiles some of the more unusual and eclectic student clubs around, from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to the Equestrian Club. This time we send Raph Debenedetti and Alison Herman, our noobiest of noobs when it comes to gaming, to battle beside and learn about the StarCraft Club. When you think of StarCraft, the enormously popular […]

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You’ve tried all the yogas, you’d bike but you don’t want to get hit by a cab, and you don’t know where the Dodge pool is. We have a solution for the most jaded of the athletically challenged. In Clubbin’, Bwog sends our troops to scope out the most unusual sports Columbia Club Sports has to […]

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Bwog’s resident Boy Archer Zach Kagan paid a visit to the Archery Club and learned a thing or two about shooting arrows. Arms straight. Bow extended, resting under the chin. The string touches the nose. Muscles relax. Eyes on the target. And then: let go. The enthusiastic archers at Columbia’s Archery Club have a Zen-like philosophy when […]

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Carolyn Ruvkun horsed around with the Equestrians and wielded swords with the Kendokas, but no club has quite kicked her ass like Parkour. Ninjas walk among us. For the members of the Columbia University Parkour Club, New York City is a jungle gym with endless opportunities for death-defying jumps, leaps and tumbles. Parkour combines philosophy […]

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In the latest installment of Clubbin’, Bwog brings the athletically ambivalent another reason to get off their ass. This week, Esoteric Sports Bureau Chief, Carolyn Ruvkun, escapes the bustling city for the rural refuge of the Garret Mountain Equestrian Center in West Paterson, New Jersey. Stumbling back to your room early one Sunday morning, you […]

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With each thrust of the sword to a specific target area, the kendoka unleashes a chilling battle cry, naming the specific point of contact on the opponent’s body.

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