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Between the snowstorm that prematurely ravished barely coated our campus in white, and the fact that it took more than 24 hours for South Lawn to see its first snow penis of the season, things have been pretty unconventional this semester. However, one thing—one Columbia species—has remained consistent amidst all of the chaos: the Butler-ites. Those […]

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Continuing the procrastination-fueled hunt for the inane, Bwog has been keeping a watchful eye on the airwaves and is back with a mix of some of the more memorable Wi-Fi network names around campus. And Big Brother can see your iTunes library names too! Add your favorites in the comments and be sure to check out last […]

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Spring Cleaning

From the Office of Recycling Education Outreach comes Clothing and Textile Recycling Day, an opportunity to take a break from all that work you’re doing and make room for summer. Bring clean clothes, linens, shoes, coats, belts, scarves, hats and handbags for reuse or recycling. Non wearable items (stained, torn etc) will be recycled into new […]

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Play ‘Sheen, Beck or Qaddafi?’. Convince yourself this is technically only half-procrastinating because you’re learning “to distinguish between the mad ramblings of an entertainer, a despot, and a newsman another entertainer”, a skill you’ll find useful while attempting IDs later this week. (NY Mag). In other Charlie Sheen news (let’s break out the phrase), George […]

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Rami Levi was studying in the stacks when he felt the urge to procrastinate. Upon finding a bottle of Mike’s Hard Lemonade, our procrastinator extraordinaire was inspired. He did what any reasonable person would do in the situation; he used the bottle, and a few books, to make a stop-motion video.

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