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Let’s be honest, Columbia: most of you voted for Barack Obama, and many of you would like to see the swearing in of Columbia’s first graduate to reach the Oval Office. Sadly, though, the first day of classes falls on the same day (January 20) as the inauguration, leaving you to wonder “why not give […]

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The sun may go down at 5pm and the mercury in your thermometer may have disappeared, but put on a coat and get some color in your cheeks with our weekend recommendations. Friday Columbia Night at Lincoln Center Events at various times; between West 62nd & 65th Streets and Columbus & Amsterdam Aves. For ridiculously […]

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New York Democrats try to sort out the spoils of their victory. Barnard Profs rejoice with some love from a new research fund. NROTC discussion to reach critical mass with one discussion, not two. Do you have the Golden Touch? Welcome to the new swipe society.

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It’s cold outside. Like really really cold. Which means that you probably had nothing better to do than sit inside, drink coffee, and check Bwog all day. But in the off chance that you had homework, or something, here’s what you should have read. – Our new sex columnist. You’ll never know who she is, […]

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