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Bwoglines: Endings Edition

So much for a Saturday off: the House Republicans will meet in a rare Saturday session to try to keep the government open past Monday (NYT). How early is too early to leave New York? (Answer: never leave.) And then, how early is too early to write about it? (Gothamist) The drama behind the end […]

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SGA: Taking Care Of Business

Bwog’s business reporter Renée Kraiem reports on tonight’s SGA meeting. Tonight’s Rep Council meeting began a few minutes after 8 to accommodate the evening’s Town Hall, and ended a few minutes after 8:30 to accommodate the evening’s town hall, making it the shortest SGA meeting on record. Given the premium put on efficiency this year, […]

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SEAS Class Day 2011

Having being directed all around campus yesterday by Public Safety officers and people in ponchos concerned Bwog did not have a press pass, Intrepid Underclassmen Peter Sterne finally found the press section and settled in to watch the commencement of SEAS Class Day. After a procession of old alums, professors, and administrators, KevSho took the […]

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We All Learned A Thing or Two About Friendship

The Social Experiment is over. Spec reports that roommates Sharon Wu and Abril Dozal, both CC’13, tied for the win, both accumulating 145 passwords. Ian Kwok and our friends at the Socialist Experiment came just behind them, acquiring 108 passwords. “I didn’t feel the purpose of the game was to get me to talk to […]

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Campus Is A Soggy Zoo/It’s Over

Every single member of the Columbia Class of 2010- that’s CC, SEAS, GS, BC, JSchool, BSchool, Law School is officially graduating right now. They are joined by approximately ten million family members and friends braving the truly nasty weather. At last, a justification for the tents. Photos to come, but in the meantime, in case […]

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CC Class Day: 1968! Plus Graduating

Eliza Shapiro woke up so early for CC Class Day. Liz Naiden was late but she is forgiven, just this once. Their report follows. If you have pictures, video or overheards from this Class Day or any other, send em in using our tips form. Bwog guesstimates that it took 3.66 rounds of “Pomp and […]

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SEAS 2010 Commences

Hans Hyttinen gives you the highlights of the SEAS ’10 Class Day. This year’s SEAS Class Day was marked, as is the norm, by a number of speeches, both funny and inspiring. Seth Davidovits and Rodney Chang delivered the valedictory and salutatory addresses, respectively. Met with general approval, their speeches were interesting and humorous—especially Seth’s, […]

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It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

Do you hear that, Columbia? That’s the sound of 2013 rolling their blue bins (don’t forget to donate) towards the family car, stopping along the way to embrace their floormates like it’s the last day of sleepaway camp and the buses just rolled up. Most of you should be finishing up exams right about now, […]

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Mailman School of Public Health FTW

Remember how Bill Clinton was going to maybe speak at CC Class Day? Well, he isn’t, but he will be speaking at the Public Health School’s Graduation at New Balance Track & Field Arena on 168th Street. Hubba hubba! The complete Graduation/Class Day/Commencement hullabaloo calendar has just been released for CC, GS and the School […]

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