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Do you want to do tech work for a publication on campus that isn’t soul-sucking? We are currently looking for people to join our Bwog Tech team as System Administrators–help us fix our website when things break! Applicants should send their resumé and a statement of interest (in which they should describe past experiences and qualifications) to […]

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J-school professor Michael Shapiro is at it again, trying to get people paid for journalism. First it was through his Kickstarter-darling, The Big Roundtable. Now it’s with a class of his. On May 9, they launched this thing called Project Wordsworth. Which makes Bwog either very happy, or very sad, depending how much poetry J-school […]

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These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia’s lab computers. Let them inspire you, and please submit your own digitalia finds to The Blue & White at editors@theblueandwhite.org. *** Title for a Hamlet paper: ‘One of These Danes is Not Like the Other’ or: How I Learned to Start Worrying about Character and Love […]

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DigiTuesday!

These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia and Barnard lab computers. We encourage our readers to submit their own digitalia finds to us, via e-mail, at bwgossip@columbia.edu. I’ve never had the urge to punch a seventy year old man, and I didn’t then, but I couldn’t believe what I was listening too.   […]

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DigiTuesdays

These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia and Barnard lab computers. We encourage our readers to submit their own digitalia finds to us, via e-mail, at bwgossip@columbia.edu. First thing I have to say is that you must lose the word kaleidoscopic. It just starts poking me all over, like an annoying sibling. I […]

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DigiTuesdays

These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia and Barnard lab computers. We encourage our readers to submit their own digitalia finds to us, via e-mail, at bwgossip@columbia.edu. This reading was a little daunting. My familiarity with mathematics separated me quite completely from the subject matter, due in part to my own repulsion to […]

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These excerpts were culled from documents left on Columbia’s lab computers. We encourage our readers to submit their own digitalia finds to us, via e-mail, at bwgossip@columbia.edu. After working on global AIDS and tuberculosis (TB) in a developing country this past summer, I am convinced that I am interested in a consulting career.   In […]

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