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Chuck Norris’ Advice Is The Sound Of Bones Breaking

We’ve known for a while that Chuck Norris can do almost anything—even endorse Republican presidential candidates. But we didn’t really realize his awesome power until we bought what we THOUGHT was just an ordinary day planner at the Bookstore. “Men are like steel. When they lose their temper, they lose their worth.” – Chuck Norris […]

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Because the Bookstore Knows Your Life

At our beloved Bookstore, you can buy strange and ostentatious shit.  Why?  Because Roar Lion! But apparently their selection isn’t only limited to Columbia apparel.  You can also purchase the inconsistently capitalized “Columbia Lions adidas TShirt.” But it’s not ‘Columbia Lions’ at all!  It’s actually a Central Connecticut State University tee.  Go figure, their colors […]

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Odd, Curious, or Cool?

You decide! Spotted in the Columbia bookstore:

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Boringside Heights: Dazzling Things Edition

Things spotted by Bwog this week that were less dull, and more sparkly, in all sorts of ways: The bookstore is now totally stocked for holiday shopping…but more importantly there are hats with rhinestones! Thank god for Collegiate Fashionista! Holiday lights at Westside New light outside Greenborough New signs at Ferris Booth proclaim the glory […]

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CU’s Passion for Fashion

Dying to hit up Fashion’s Night Out and ogle at clothing worth more than your tuition, but too lazy to head all the way downtown? No worries, the Columbia Bookstore’s got your back. To celebrate Fashion Week, the bookstore will debut its new School House Rock collection. Apparently, “campus pride is always fashionable.” The House […]

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