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Winter sports are starting off with a bang. Sports maven Max Rettig brings you the highlights. This past Saturday, the men’s swimming and diving team tweeted a congratulatory message to the women’s swimming and diving team. This was not just any ordinary show of camaraderie between teams: Columbia’s women’s swimming and diving team showed up […]

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Well-Endowed

You may have seen it in the news yesterday morning, but we just wanted to make sure you were aware that Columbia’s endowment is flush with hard-earned and successfully-invested dollars. $7.8 billion of them in fact, (you might be interested to know that the cost of Manhattanville was pegged at $7 billion). Think about all […]

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If you want to make money after college, you should already be in SEAS. (Newsweek) Unless you can sing. Hey! Columbia beats Harvard again! (Spinner) Acquaint yourself with the language of the future. (NY Times) Learn how to use those newfangled electronic voting machines: no hanging chads! (Gothamist) And a comprehensive guide to today’s New […]

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Second to One

It wasn’t exactly a nailbiter, but the final poll results are in: Bwog got stomped in US News’ poll for “Best Alternative Media Outlet,” coming in second to the Blogspot sensation Wesleying. Our pride, it’s hurting a little bit.  In their winner’s circle interview, Wesleying seemed a little disgruntled about how we initially pitched the […]

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