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How could you better spend your Saturday night than with free food and surrounded by the diversity of our community? By coning? Nah. Passport to Columbia lasts from 9 pm – 11 pm in Roone Arledge, and you can expect too see sweet performances by CU/BC Tango, Columbia Lion Dance, Onyx, CU Ballroom, Taal, CU Generation, Sabor, Chinese […]

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At first glance this seems like the the work of a coner in his or her prime, questioning the validity of art and academic institutions through the use of artfully applied dunce caps. On consulting our extensive coner archives, however, we discovered that this dramatic installation is a repeat. 

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They’re On To Us

Even though Google spilled the beans about their privacy policy, can we really trust the multibillion dollar corporation to have no skeletons in their closet? Don’t you find it a bit strange that just as they made their announcement, campus surveillance was bumped up a several notches? Also, could this coincidence explain the eerily timely announcement […]

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Coner Jams 2012

You thought coning was dead? So did the President’s enemies. Okay, not really, but Bwog thought so. The last time we saw one of these bad boys was October! It looks like the unknown coner is impervious to the frigid winter and has returned with a vengeance. This time, the tooth (?) statue in front of […]

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Coners Strike Again

This week, the mysterious Columbia coners struck again in a manner that you will not forget, coning the innocent thinker statue.

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As inexplicable social games continue to develop, Columbia has witnessed the emergence of coning. Recently, an east campus statue was duncecapped by an unknown prankster. Could he/she be making a statement about society’s blind faith in the protection of our security system, or is this simply inebriated revelry? The world may never know.   Coning […]

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As many Columbia students know, things can get pretty wild on the weekends. Disoriented by the night’s revelry, up can become down, and climbing on top of a vertical slab of metal may seem like a good idea. Or could these be the stirrings of a new coning subculture, vying for a breath of life […]

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Either these lamps in EC, fully prepared with their thinking hats, are ready for classes or another crazy weekend in EC has restored campus to its natural harmony.  Either way, this scene from yesterday is a sign that school’s back in full swing.

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