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Bwog’s Costume Closet: Ezra Koenig

What’s Halloween at Columbia without a reference to Vampire Weekend? Bwog is here to inspire another last minute costume: Ezra Koenig! You will need: Sweater and oxford shirt (preferably from somewhere pseudo-prep like J. Crew or Uniqlo) Sperrys Ray-Bans A copy of Edward Said’s Orientalism Takeout from Jerusalem on 103rd and Broadway Fangs Execution: Step 1: Layer that sweater over […]

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Bwoglines: Rich People Edition

A condo in NYC is on sale for $130 million, the most expensive apartment listing in the history of the city. (Bloomberg) For you humanities majors looking for “marketable” skills: there are lots of websites with coding tutorials out there, but apparently this one is good enough to get you a job. (Wired) This waitress donated […]

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In the Words of Ezra Koenig

A recent alumnus, Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig looked back on his musical influences in an interview with entertainment news site Vulture. One of Vampire Weekend’s most popular tunes was clearly inspired by their time at Columbia. Namely, Columbia students’ inclination to defend useless punctuation marks. “I’d seen there was this Facebook group at Columbia called […]

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