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Beat Cornell (And Other Schools) This Weekend

If you couldn’t tell from the basketball cupcakes in Ferris today, or the advertising in Dodge, or the Facebook event, or the mass e-mail sent from Roar-ee the Lion’s comfortable Florida home, Columbia basketball will have its home opener tomorrow. The women (6-9, 0-1 Ivy) will tip off at 4:30 pm against Cornell (10-5, 1-0 […]

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Get Hype! Flying High With Diving’s Alyssa Menz

The next installment in our series of interviews of Columbia athletic teams features an interview by aquatic aficionado Ross Chapman with diver Alyssa Menz (CC ’15).  Bwog: How’s everything going this year? Alyssa: Everything’s great, thanks! I was abroad last semester in Kenya doing a tropical biology and sustainability field course, so I wasn’t quite sure how it […]

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Free Things At The Volleyball Ivy Home Opener Tonight

Tonight at 7 pm in the Levien Gym, the volleyball team will have their Ivy League home opener match against UPenn.  Tonight’s match is the team’s Breast Cancer Awareness game.  The first 200 fans will get pink t-shirts and Fairway market is donating $1 to the Herbert Irving Cancer Center for every fan in attendance. […]

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Rugby Night In America

Hey there, sports fans! Come on out to Baker Field tonight to watch SigEp the Columbia Men’s Rugby Team square-off against their rivals from the City of Scrap Metal-y Love, the Yale Bulldogs. Not only will spectators of the scrum be treated to what is sure to be an exciting match, but also the first […]

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Bacchanal T-Shirt Contest!

Remember how Bacchanal is 90s themed this year? The good people at Baccha90s want to put you and your cherished childhoods to work designing the event’s official T-shirt! So if you have an idea, send it their way. The contest ends tomorrow (as in, “Don’t Stop Thinking About…“) (yes, it came out in ’77, but […]

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Spotlight on Sports: Fencing

Bwog knows that “everyone” has been to a football or basketball game at Columbia, but what about some of our lesser-known sports? Premiering our new Spotlight on Sports series is fencing. How does it work? When can one shout “touché”? If you had a secret British twin, would you beat her in a duel? Expert […]

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Free T-Shirts? +1’d

Interested in joining the barren wasteland of a social network that is Google+™? Interested in getting a free T-shirt?  If the answer to either of these questions (but really, just the second one) is yes, head over to the Lerner ramps at 6 pm tonight to pick up yours, and potentially even learn something about the […]

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Free Food, T-Shirts, Plane Tickets

The Office of Global Programs is serving up free pizza at 7:30 pm in 522C Kent during an info session for SEAS students interested in studying abroad. At 9:00 pm head over to Levien Gymnasium for Basketball Mania. The first 600 fans to arrive will get free t-shirts, and two in attendance will win a […]

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Free Maoz at College Days Closing Ceremony

Over the weekend we donned our masks in New Orleans and got folked up in Nashville. Sadly, it’s time to get back to work. The Great American Roadtrip will come to its final stop tonight in Washington DC (the Wien Lounge, mysteriously fitting). Stop by the College Days closing ceremony from 5 to 6 pm to […]

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Gladiator on the Steps

Tonight, you can see a slave become more powerful than the emperor of Rome in an appropriately neoclassical context if you head to the Low Steps at 7:30 pm for a special showing of the classic movie Gladiator. It’s all part of CCSC’s bizarrely road trip-themed College Days, which is now apparently in Hollywood. In addition […]

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Seniors, Today Is Your Day

11/11 is Senior Day! Seniors of CC/SEAS, here’s what you need to do: Step 1: Go to Roone before 2pm and apply for your degree (you need it to graduate… who knew?). In case graduation isn’t incentive enough, there will be free Korilla tacos and 2011 t-shirts, and advisors and grad school admin officers for […]

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Free Thursday Night Things

Basketball Mania 10:00pm to 11:00pm in the Levien Gymnasium in Dodge (doors open at 9:30pm). The basketball season is beginning, which means that CU Athletics is bribing us all to venture down into the bowels of Dodge and watch whatever shenanigans go on during Bball Mania. Go early and bring your CUID. The first 600 students […]

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Free T-Shirts: Seniors Edition

Who cares if you don’t have a job? You know that four years at Columbia was worth every penny cuz being a CC senior entitles you to not one but two free t-shirts: a senior class shirt, and a 40 Days shirt! If you haven’t yet, you can pick yours up on the Lerner ramps […]

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Free Food, Stuff and a Movie

The IEEE and the Ferris Reel Film Society are co-hosting a screening of District 9 in Lerner cinema at 10 PM, preceded by free pizza, subs and free IEEE t-shirts, bags, electronics and more EE things at 9:15 PM in the piano lounge. The movie’s free if you’re an EE student. If not, you’ll have […]

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Fight AIDS. Forestall laundry.

There is a pile of Columbia University Dance Marathon T-shirts at the main desk in Lerner.

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