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While most Columbians took trains, planes or cars, Zoë Danner, CC ’17, rode her motorcycle to school. From Alaska. Bwog was fascinated and terrified. Zoë admits she’s a tad tired of being known as ‘motorcycle girl’ but was happy to share her experiences of the Road with motorcycle enthusiast Miranda Kantor. And of bison.  Bwog: […]

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Around noon today, about 300 skateboarders wildly dashed from Riverside and 116th Street down Broadway, screaming and merrymaking. ‘Twas the beginning of the Broadway Bomb 2010, the world’s most dangerous longboard skateboard race. Photo by MJM

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Columbia ranked as the 19th most dangerous college in the country. (DNAinfo) Friday’s Tornados murder New York’s trees. (Times) More money, more problems. (ai5000) Waitlist woes. (Spec) Photo from Wikimedia Commons

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Cynthia Murphy, one of the Russian spies who has destroyed everything that is holy (Montclair, New Jersey) attended Columbia B-School, and got her MBA in May, Bloomberg (not the mayor) confirms. That means we all went to school with a SPY! The Kremlin probably has your UNI on file or something. Putin knows that you […]

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We’re used to the occasional mugging by underage punks around campus but March has seen greater than its fair share of crime.  Perusing our beloved campus crime blotter, Bwog noted several horrific incidents that happened in the last month. Harassment via mobile devices and Internet-enabled computers is up sharply this month.  Five students and faculty […]

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It’s Bid Day 2009 – the conclusion of spring sorority recruitment and the much-anticipated culmination of several days’ worth of events with names like the Philanthropy Brunch, Development Night, and Preference Night. Such titles might sound mysterious, but recruitment more closely resembles a harmless enough string of parties and social networking, with a little bit of traditional […]

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In the past 15 minutes, Bwog has been deluged with news of an evacuation at Pinnacle that happened between 12 and 1 a.m. Apparently, the soggy pizza peddlers have been threatened with a bomb. Tipster Miriam Manber relays that the NYPD is caution-taping the restaurant off; Vedant Misra tells of four squad cars surrounding the […]

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This just in from Public Safety. As always, Bwog suggests you remain vigilant and secure your valuables. On October 18, 2006, between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:35 p.m., the suspect described below, robbed or attempted to rob four different victims.  Three of the crimes occurred on W. 112 St. between Riverside Drive and […]

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“Do stockbroker-grads really need the categorical imperative?” asks Task Force on Undergraduate Education. Meet the people who make indignantly served, 4AM indigestion possible! Suddenly, Wien looks pretty damn good. Dialogue is hard. Let’s start bustin’ skulls. STAFF EDITORIAL: Teach Old People to Use the Internet

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