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We received a tip earlier today that gives us a clue into what students have been up during this lovely Juno grace period. Drawing a phallic image in the snow? Now c’mon guys… that’s just a dick move. Read the tip below, and send us pics from your snow day activities via email at tips@bwog.com. Hello Bwog! Last night […]

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If you’ve been cooped up in Butler for the past week like we have, you’ve probably forgotten how to use your voice/form words/engage with others. That’s okay. For your sake, and for that of the 2015ers, we’ll repost our comprehensive guide to Columbia’s loudest and most transient school tradition.   Finals got you down? Then […]

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V117 premieres tonight! Their trailer (as imagined by CUMB) boasts POWER, LUST and Godzilla footage. Check out our review of the preview, and a brief history of the Varsity Show tradition. We’ll see you there tonight! Spec gets personal and pretty cute with their professors about the meaning of life, sharing their stories from their […]

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A tipster informs us that Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, the movie based on the acclaimed book of the same name, is now filming on Amsterdam between 92nd street and 102nd street. A few weeks ago, Bwog spotted them filming on La Salle. No sign of Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, or the dreamy Jonathan Safran […]

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