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LectureHop: An Evening With Peter Thiel

Peter Thiel is a co-founder of PayPal and an early investor in Facebook. Yesterday night, he came to campus to promote his new book, Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build The Future. Armchair Analyst Kevin Chen went to see what it was all about. As an audience consisting mostly of well-dressed […]

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A Conversation With BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith

Bwog loves BuzzFeed. We couldn’t make it through recitations and reading week without 27 Cats in Santa Hats Playing the Piano or 44 Ways Being A Twenty-Something Is The Greatest. We do enough reading already, dammit, and we just want to look at gifs. Naturally we were very excited when we heard the the Columbia […]

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Jack Dorsey At Columbia

This past Monday, CORE (Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs), with CCE and CEO (CBS’s Entrepreneurs Organization), brought Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey to campus. Attentive socializers Alexandra Svokos and Arvind Srinivasan–half of Bwog Tech–sat down with Mr. Dorsey, who was wearing a great pair of Levis, before his big talk in Roone Arledge. At […]

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