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CC senior William Maxfield, along with fellow CC seniors Jordan Kalms and Luke Mones, directed the following short film last semester. According to Maxfield, the film hasn’t been released publicly but has been “getting attention from filmmakers and critics,” and it’s been submitted to some film festivals. Anyway, Bwog chuckled, LOL’d, and maybe even ROFL’d […]

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Columbia’s admissions and financial aid officers and gathered outside of the back entrance to Hamilton today at 3:30 PM to mail decision letters to this year’s set of Early Decision applicants. It was a quick event, and mostly consisted of smiling admissions officers waving around Priority Mail envelopes. Braving what appears to be the coldest weather […]

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The following is an email that was sent to prospective students by the Columbia University Office of Undergraduate Admissions: Dear XXX, Thank you for your interest in Columbia University. If you are considering applying Early Decision to Columbia College or Columbia Engineering, please note that we are extending our deadline for applications and all supporting […]

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The Columbia Admission staff gathered at 3 pm on College Walk today to send out their decisions to Early Decision applicants. It was a cheerful event, with a quick “Roar, Lion, Roar” performed by the hard-working people who got us all into this place. Decisions come out online at 5 P.M. Eastern time today. Good […]

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Engineers have governments too! They’re just like you, except they’re engineers. Here to open your eyes as to this week’s meeting is Bwog’s report, by constant correspondent Aria Sharma: Dean Goldfarb, Interim Dean of SEAS, was present at this week’s meeting to discuss the state of the school, which can pretty much be described as […]

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This afternoon the Columbia Undergraduate Admissions performed their ritual early decision annoucement send off. Belting “Roar, Lion, Roar”, the crew carried the decisions from Hamilton to the awaiting FedEx truck on College Walk. Now we have only to wait until some intrepid pre-frosh founds the Columbia Class of 2016 facebook group and a new generation of […]

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Halp! More numbers! Some fun facts about this year’s crop of CC/SEAS Early Decision applicants: Columbia received a total of 3,229 Early Decision applications this year (final after adjustments) 632 students, or 19.57% of the ED pool, were admitted 696 students, or 21.55% of the ED pool, were deferred to the Regular Decision pool ED […]

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As per tradition, Columbia’s Undergraduate Admissions team ceremoniously marched out of their Hamilton office this afternoon, singing “Roar, Lion, Roar” and carrying Early Decision admissions packages, which they sent off on the FedEx truck waiting on college walk. Congratulations, Class of 2015! Don’t be too jealous, but this year the electronic admissions letter is a […]

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According to the wonderfully neurotic obsessives over on College Confidential, today’s the day for Early Decision acceptances. If you thought your week was going badly, Bwog recommends stepping over for some healthy schadenfreude. The not-so-coveted “First Facebook Group” award goes to the members of the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee, who took advantage of already being at […]

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