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Whether for study or sleep, some of us wish the night would last just a little bit longer. With this in mind, Bwog presents a retrospective look at the most night-y night of recent memory. During the total lunar eclipse of February 20, Bwog’s polyhistoric daily editor Zach van Schouwen ascended the heights of Pupin […]

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Last night’s eclipse was widely watched around campus. Bwog was there, too, tucked in Pupin Hall’s cozy rooftop telescope, along with half the Columbia staff and their children. Bwog took the time to interview two eight-year olds on their opinions of the eclipse. Eight year old #1 (lisping audibly and shrieking): Oh my gosh!

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A lunar eclipse has just started, at 8:41 PM EST. “Totality” is from 10:01 to 10:51. Pupin’s observatory is hosting an event throughout the eclipse. Bwog will be in her room performing the approriate pagan rites.  

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