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Columbia LOVE

Last month, the Columbia Alumni Association got real cute for Valentine’s Day, soliciting alumni for sweet, beautiful, poignant photographs and stories of their own “Columbia LOVE,” and they’re still taking submissions. We didn’t realize how damn adorable and old school they were until we perused the whole thing. The full photo albums can be found […]

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Overheard: Adorable Minds, Meet Ugly Building

Two younglings approach Lerner from the Furnald side, gazing excitedly through the glass façade: Kiddo 1: “Woah! How do you get in?” Kiddo 2: “It looks like a maze!” Kiddo 1: “I could just like, run… up the stairs” Kiddo 2: “But it’s like… a ramp?” Don’t worry guys, we don’t understand it either. Hunt […]

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Overseen: A Moment of Childlike Repose

According to our Science of Psych textbook, regression is a defense mechanism leading to the “reversion of the ego to an earlier stage of development rather than handling unacceptable impulses in a more adult way” (okay, so we Wikipedia’d it—you know you never opened your textbook, either). In these troubled, pre-finals times, sometimes a good round […]

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An Adventure into the Depths of Ricky’s

Halloween approacheth. Start brainstorming now because we will be holding our annual Halloween costume contest. Also, you don’t want descend into the sweaty bowels of Ricky’s two days before Hallow’s eve when the only costumes left are these cringe-inducing gems:

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Bwoglines: Highs And Lows Edition

High: the number of City Council voters in favor of renaming the Queensboro Bridge after former New York mayor Ed Koch. Yesterday’s 38 to 12 vote determined that the bridge’s name will change next month to the “Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.” Low: the level of light as allied forces began the most intense night of […]

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Meet the Meandering Mallards

Tipster Sara Cervantes sent in this adorable photograph answering Holden Caufield’s eternal question– where do the Central Park ducks go when their lagoon freezes over? Photo by Sara Cervantes

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Boringside Heights: No Tinsel is Too Tiny Edition

Okay, so the point of Boringside Heights (as explained by the title, which has the word ‘boring’ in it), is to note some boring things that happen in Morningside Heights (see it’s a play on words because ‘morning’ and ‘boring’ sound kind of similar). Bwog delights in these details, and we think you should too. […]

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Dyno with the Black Mags

There really are kids on campus, and this isn’t the first time we’ve spotted one of their adorable little bikes. This tricked out Radio Flyer was parked in front of Avery, so naturally it’s fixed-gear.

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For Grads

Aww, how cute! Can you see what we see? (Revelation after the jump.)

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