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An Awkward Moment With Police Commissioner Ray Kelly

Well, this is uncomfortable. About fifteen minutes ago, NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was answering questions in former NYC Mayor/Columbia Professor David Dinkins’ SIPA class about urban public policy when a student pulled out a projector and began to screen images of police officers beating civilians on the wall behind Kelly. “We’d like to offer […]

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Operation Ivy League Actually Happened in 1973

On December 7th, 2010, five Columbia students were arrested for allegedly dealing marijuana, LSD, cocaine, Adderall and ecstasy. Four of the five students arrested were members of fraternities. They were arrested after allegedly selling drugs to an undercover cop. This is a story you now know well. Exactly thirty-seven years earlier, on December 7, 1973, […]

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Professor Archetypes: The Tweedster

With pre-Kerouac horn-rimmed glasses and a penchant for using Yiddish terminology in lecture, the Tweedster is both your favorite professor of all time and your grandfather’s Long Beach High Class of ‘48 classmate. You could fit two of your Wien singles into their southern-facing (northern light is for scholars of Africa, Asia, South America) Fayerweather […]

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Morning Updates on Operation Ivy League: About That Columbia Sweatshirt

Bwog just checked in with a representative from the office of Hershel Katz, Adam Klein’s attorney, who confirmed that Klein’s court date remains January 18th. There have been conflicting reports, but that’s the word from the attorney. More news this morning about Coles and Perez. Coles gave an interview to reporters at the Manhattan Detention […]

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Wymbs and Klein Released on Bail, the Three Frats Involved Placed on Interim Suspension

We confirmed earlier that Michael Wymbs had been dispatched from the Manhattan Detention Center, and have now learned that Adam Klein has also been released on bail, according to a quote from Klein’s lawyer, Hershel Katz, in DNA Info and Klein’s Department of Correction information. Wymbs and Klein’s parents each posted $35,000 bail. The University is not […]

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Operation Ivy League: Updates

Some updates this afternoon about Operation Ivy League: according to the New York State Department of Correction, Michael Wymbs was discharged today and Adam Klein’s court date has been moved from January 18th to tomorrow. DNA Info is reporting that Mark Williams, the national rep for Psi U whom Bwog spoke with yesterday, is headed to […]

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6 O’Clock Wrap Up: Operation Ivy League

OK, let’s all take a deep breath. Here’s the latest news on Operation Ivy League, and a run-down of what’s happened today, who’s written about it, and what’s next. The most recent news: as of 7:20 p.m., Bwog has some important updates from the Special Narcotics Prosecutor’s Office. Kati Cornell, the Communications Representative, just told […]

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