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Alumni tipster and Bwog loyalist Ed Hoffman informs us that James Franco has confirmed his exodus from 209 once and for all. After one student accused him of only frequenting the library to check out all the hot young things, poor Franco was forced to study in Dodge, where he had “to sit alone in […]

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This update from NYU Local suggests that James Franco may not return to 209 for awhile — he’s too busy taking classes on topics like “You Don’t Know Dick: The Courageous Hearts of Transsexual Men.”  That’s right: Franco is ostensibly down at Tisch taking Queer Cinema 101, just hoping and praying that Milk gets on […]

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 -Photo via Resident Columbia film star James Franco has reportedly signed a book deal to publish a collection of short stories. The newly minted bard, who already carries some weight in the publishing world, is also set to act in a film about ex-Columbia literary luminary Allen Ginsberg. The writerly impulse apparently runs in […]

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– Photo via Apparently, James Franco was hanging out Butler 209 last night. From some onlookers: Football Player: “Is that James Franco over there?” Girl: “Yeah, why?” Football Player: “I wanna fight him!” Careful now, Mr. Jock: young Franco has experience.

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Remember how James Franco is actually an actor?  Well, it’s time to get your holiday cheer on early because Franco is starring alongside Sean Penn in Milk, the story of California’s first openly gay elected official.  Franco is playing a hippie (for a change) who becomes Milk‘s campaign manager.  The film, opening today, will be […]

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Columbia’s new mascot James Franco hosted Saturday Night Live last night, and as many of you have told us, his opening monologue was all about life as a celebrity at Columbia. Bwog’s been searching for this video online, but thus far we’ve been unable to find it. Still, here’s what we know: Franco was greeted […]

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Several tipsters have pointed us in the direction of this Observer piece, which announces that James Franco, MFA ‘?? will star as Allen Ginsberg, CC ’48, in an upcoming biopic. And while we’re on the topic of Franco (the plaintive soul at right), last night he was spotted studying in Blue Java “with massive hipster […]

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Tipster Jenny Lam has good news for fans of Freaks and Geeks and Spider-Man: “Stalkers, plan accordingly: I was at the Whitney Museum administrative offices for an internship interview this afternoon. I’m signing in at the security desk, only to look up and see “JAMES FRANCO” written above my name.  I turn around, and, sure […]

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