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Opening Remarks: The New Criterion

As per custom, Bwog unveils its list of the most outrageous and laughable comments made by professors at their first class meetings of the year.  Be sure to email us with all of the inspiring, hilarious, and insane things your professors say today to bwgossip@columbia.edu to keep our tradition alive, and please check back as […]

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QuickComments

In true Bwog style, we’ve read all of the 400+ comments (though it might be 500 by the time we post this) so you don’t have to. Regarding the violence that erupted: Posted by i can’t believe this: [#144] [reply] I’m actually shocked by the ignorance and arrogance displayed by so many of the posts […]

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Daydream Believer

Dear Commenter, Bwog likes your comment on one of our posts so much that we’re giving the comment its very own post. Posted by daydreamer : [3] [reply] Does anyone else ever fantasize about how cool it would be to have an “Econ Dept. Rumble Royale”? Think about it for a second. So Sachs could […]

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