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Late one night, Bwog received this tip from an enterprising Butlerite: An archaic fix to an archaic problem: one of the stalls in the men’s room outside butler 209 has had a broken lock for YEARS. It took one brave, yet disgruntled mechanical engineering student to finally do something about it. Your not-so-anonymous tipster/resident tinkerer, […]

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Sean Zimmermann reports: Since 1994, first-year Columbia engineers have taken Gateway Lab, formally “ENGI E1102: Design fundamentals using the advanced computer technologies.” But starting next year with the Class of 2015, Gateway will cease to exist in its current form. Bwog has learned that starting in Fall 2011, instead of Gateway, freshmen engineers will take […]

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Cheers to a fairly successful effort to get Obama on campus, in some capacity. Though smaller in scope than some endeavors, ESC 2014 t-shirts do at least get the job done. Silly engineers, Obama went to the College! OR DID HE…? On an unrelated note, here is a picture of Obama as a pirate. Adorbs. […]

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