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Eyepoke: What to Do with Your Life

A longtime (and very articulate) professor reflects on the institution prior to retirement.  Turns out that we were right- they don’t like undergrads here! Pass the time watching the few film shoots allowed inside the gates. What do you do with your MFA in writing? Should you choose to live abroad, be aware that it’s […]

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Eyepoke: The Eye is Watching (Over) You

The Eye, Spec’s vague “features and arts” weekly, posted its first issue of the semester today.  Bwog perused it so you don’t have to. The Eye staff is feeling pretty chummy this week, it seems.  The Eye agreed with Mark Taylor and nodded at The New York Times. The Eye can write like a valley […]

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EyePoke: Your Summer Job

 -Via employmentguide.com Because the most important thing about your internship is what you wear… …not what you do. Good luck getting involved with journalism this summer… …or trying to cope with living in Europe (the horror!)

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EyePoke: Columbia Questions You May or May Not Ask Yourself

 -Via the Eye How does the Christian minority (also known as almost 80 percent of our country) do it? Does John Jay Dining abuse animals? Trick question: you’re an animal, so yes. How is the Barnard dance department academic? Why would Ben Folds do A Cappella?  

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Eyepoke: CU Stars

 -Via The Eye This edition of the Eye is all about stars and success stories here at Columbia. Feel free to grumble about it. Who looks at King Lear while doing math, anyway? These Columbians juggle school and acting…all while being prettier than you. Sarah Dooley is still “the coolest thing on YouTube.” These Columbians […]

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EyePoke: Biggie & You

 -Via Hiptics.com For this week’s Eyepoke, The Notorious BIG has all the answers.   Mo’ Scholarship, Mo’ Problems. Mo’ Speed, Mo’ Indolence. Mo’ Unsold Expensive Art, Mo’ Poverty. Mo’ Marriage…Fewer Problems!?

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EyePoke: Internet Videos and Self-Help

Where Have All the Cowboys Gone? Paula Cole can help! Evolution of dance, meet evolution of dance. The Humanities may be feeling poor, but they can commiserate with poor students.

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EyePoke: Columbia Imports

 -Photo via The Eye Columbia imports a student from the army… …and a student who doesn’t want the ‘college experience.’ Going to college is probably not the best way to accomplish that.  TV has unrealistic characters? That’s not possible! Plus, we’re trying to bring in a linguistics program.

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EyePoke: Tearful Eye

 -Photo via the Eye This edition of the Eye is all about depression and mental health, which makes Bwog feel guilty. Sorry that we were a little mean with last week’s EyePoke, guys, but that’s no reason to get upset. Want talk about it? Hug it out? Former Spec Editor-in-Chief Tom Faure writes on depression. […]

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EyePoke: It Turns Out We Live in New York

 Photo Via the Eye     The new Eye website is now (finally) up and running! Just in time for the Eye to realize we live in New York City. So does city living affect our love lives? Didn’t we already read about this? City life allows us to overhear funny things. Is ripping off […]

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EyePoke: Arts Only

The Eye website is still under construction, but you can access this week’s issue here. For this issue, stick with the arts articles. An article about vampires that doesn’t mention Vampire Weekend (Pg. 11) A defense of films that have already been deemed the year’s best (Pg. 12-13) Been wondering what an eight year-old thinks […]

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EyePoke: Hot Air Edition

The Eye website is still under construction, but you can access a pdf of this week’s issue to find out about hot air powering everything from balloons to cartoon boys. Columbia Grad students are charting the universe…with hot air balloons? (Pg. 4) The Columbia boys are powered by hot air, at least in this cartoon. […]

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EyePoke: Small Battles Edition

The Eye website is still under construction, but you can still access a PDF of the latest issue, which details fights of small consequence. The feature wrangles with Morningside’s meager dining options (Pg.6). The battle over stunt TV casting still rages (Pg. 11). The rumble between art and the economy goes on and on (Pg. […]

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EyePoke: Rushed Conclusions Edition

The Eye Web site is undergoing reconstruction, but Bwog still recommends these articles from the PDF, which will lead you to answer deep questions far too quickly. Soul-searching for a major? Just read these interviews and you will know your path! (Pg. 8-12) Is there going to be an apocalypse? No. (Pg. 4) Do all […]

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EyePoke: Dead Tree, New Leaf Edition

Spectator has been having some internet troubles of late–Editor Tom Faure says they’re “reconstructing” and “a little sloppy in the day to day stuff”–so Eye‘s front page is up, but not yet the articles. Meanwhile, it’s the last issue for the magazine’s current staff. Round of applause! “Hipster rag” no longer? (page 2) But always […]

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