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BunsenBwog: Science is Fiction

Science is back! Bwog’s resident test tube aficionado Zach Kagan reports. After an exhaustive series of tests at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, Scientists have ruled out all possible masses for the elusive Higgs Boson between 145 and 466 GeV with 95% certainty. Professor Peter Woit vented his frustration, saying “a malicious deity has carefully chosen the Higgs […]

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AltSpec: Procrastination Alert

Thanks to one of the few female graduates in the early days of the law school, copyright law was blessed with the “fair use” clause.  Here’s to in-class movies and music. Measles, mumps, and rubella are frightening now, but as a child you would have preferred putting off your immunization visits to being saved from […]

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Swine Flu…It’s Contagious!

Who’s the new kid in town? Uh oh, it’s swine flu. The newest fad in respiratory diseases, is, as you’ve heard from just about everywhere, sweeping its way through the U.S and will probably creep up behind your comfy chair in Butler 209 any second now.  Although all cases of the flu in the U.S […]

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AltSpec: We Are All Diseased (Edition)

This week, it’s all about the magic that happens at CUMC.  And some other things. Harry Potter would’ve turned out quite differently: a simple injection of testosterone cures “werewolf syndrome.” Brilliantly, we connected an inability to concentrate to an inability to concentrate. When it comes to detecting rather than curing, all Columbia can do is […]

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DigiTuesday

  More stuff you shouldn’t have saved on a public computer. This result of political justice is capitalism. Everyone benefits in the end. The US government shares the same view as the kallipolis when it comes to capitalism, since humans tend to “watch their back”.   Many may take this as a purely negative aspect, […]

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Making out, making do

Along with many high hopes freshmen carry to their first weeks of college, one of the most promising seems to be the possibility of a new love life. Nonsense, you say—I was canoodling quite successfully in 5th grade! This is silly. Freshmen don’t know how to do anything, much less mate. Fortunately, one of our […]

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Step one. Please tell students to respect public safety officers and security. They work very hard and deserve respect. (read more)
Barnard Fires Executive Director of Public Safety, Not Involved Officers, Following Milstein Center Assault
August 18, 2019
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Barnard Fires Executive Director of Public Safety, Not Involved Officers, Following Milstein Center Assault
August 18, 2019
Most crimes on campus are students sexually assaulting other students. Y'all just don't get Clery Alerts about that so you (read more)
Barnard Fires Executive Director of Public Safety, Not Involved Officers, Following Milstein Center Assault
August 17, 2019