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Senior Wisdom: Abby Rubel

Former Bwog Sports Editor Abby Rubel remembers a time when JJ’s mozzarella sticks tasted like they do in Italy.

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Bwog Love: The People That Got You Through This Year

Bwog staff writer and daily editor, Timmy Wu, reflects on his first year of College life, and presents to you a rare, indecisive reflection on Columbia. Today had to have been the six-thousandth time that I saw campus tour guides herding prospective students and their parents into Furnald, pointing out the woodwork of the lobby and the top-notch facilities. They filed into […]

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SOL’s Homecoming Picnic Will Be Better Than Football

What’s better (wayyyy better) than Columbia Homecoming? Student Organization of Latinos (SOL)’s Homecoming Picnic, tomorrow at 5 pm on Hamilton Lawn! Delicious food and snacks will be served. We don’t know the food specifics yet, but the red-and-white checkered tablecloth photo on the Facebook event page is appetizing. So is the promise of new friendships, […]

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The One Where They Sign Into Hartley

Bwog was a 90s kid—we spent a lot of our youth pretending to be sick so we could stay home and watch Friends (until Nick@Nite came on, at least). We were thusly titillated by the following tip, sent in by fellow Central Perk Pundit Grace Rosen:   

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Bwog’s Second-First Meeting of the Year!

Hello, Tonight the second Bwog meeting of the year is happening at 7 PM in the Student Government Office on the Broadway side of Lerner 5. “But what if I missed last week’s meeting,” you ask. “Is it too late?” “No,” says Bwog, “you should definitely come to this meeting. There will be free food, […]

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An Alternative to Activities Fair

Columbia has created a University-wide student group website that allows students to browse, join groups, and participate in discussions. Student group leaders can post notes, events, and send messages to their fellow members. Among the most useful tools on the site is the events calendar, which can be filtered using many different criteria (e.g. filter […]

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NSOP Never Ends

The weirdest part: the “Social Experiment” is an official Res Life program. What’s all this, then? Leave your best guesses in the comments.

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Thursday Room Hopping – Married in a Ruggles Pleasantville

Bwog doesn’t have the cash to “pimp your room,” and we certainly don’t want to raid it and then date you. So we bring you the semi-weekly Thursday feature, the “Cribs-esque” Room Hopping, continuing with… Ellen and Ashley C ’09 admit their newly painted jungle green Ruggles double has brought them closer together in a […]

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How to make friends

You made it! You’re finally away from your parents, living in New York, and going to a really good school. Unfortunately, you probably didn’t get into Columbia based on your social skills. Your 100+ Facebook friends notwithstanding, Bwog thinks you could use a few pointers on socializing for your freshman year. Here, then, is some […]

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Bacchanal To Be Moved Off-Campus To Terminal 5
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Bacchanal To Be Moved Off-Campus To Terminal 5
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