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The Fierce Battle of Giving Day

Today marks the Columbia Alumni Association’s Columbia Giving Day, an online fundraising event with cute videos on its own YouTube channel. So far the stats show some interesting trends, as SEAS leads the “Main Match Challenge,” Athletics is its own school, and the School of Continuing Education leads in percentage participation. Here’s the top 10 list […]

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LectureHop: You Mean We Can All Just Get Along?

If you were all hyped up for the “conflict” part of last night’s Veritas Forum “Faiths in Conflict: Searching for a Common Space,” you may be disappointed by the friendly banter between secularist Heyman Center Director Akeel Bilgrami and Sri Lankan theologian Vinoth Ramachandra. Bwog correspondent Sarah Ngu reports on their discussion of how to […]

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Another North-South Smackdown

The baby blue of Columbia versus the flamboyant purple of NYU. Or, if you’re NBC New York, the forest green of Columbia vs. the baby blue of NYU.  Color issues aside, the station is hosting a collegiate version of its “Golden Local” series. The results of the poll decide which school will theoretically receive the […]

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Philosophers Argue About Journal of Philosophy

The Journal of Philosophy, run and published by Columbia’s philosophy department, has been around in one form or another for more than a century, and it is certainly an important part of the university’s reputation: PrezBo’s a trustee of the journal. But the Internet Age is leading to criticism of the journal’s editorial process.  Most […]

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And Now We Have A Statement

One day after voting to impeach University Senator Rajat Roy, ESC Executive Board released the following statement through council president Peter Valeiras: “On Monday (April 27), the Engineering Student Council voted to impeach Senator Rajat Roy from council due to his negligence in fulfilling his responsibilities as outlined in the constitution. The move to call […]

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ESC Senator Impeached

Last night, the Engineering Student Council voted to impeach Senator Rajat Roy. Roy was up on impeachment charges for allegedly having hurt ESC’s relationship with other senators and schools by actions including using improper language with a Business School senator.  The impeachment proceedings, according to ESC sources, were initiated by outgoing ESC President Peter Valeiras, […]

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Free Cupcakes in Furnald, Free Kicks in Dodge

Want to take a quick break from the sun? CU Search is holding its closing event in Furnald right now, and tipsters tell Bwog that there are “over a hundred cupcakes!!!” Enjoy the frosty goodness.  Alternatively, Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmerman recommends the Tae Kwon Do tournament currently going on in Dodge. He sends […]

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