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WBAR Showcase 2010

Friday night at the Diana Event Oval, Bwog joined pleasantly not-that-sparse ranks of WBAR fans to see its showcase of campus bands. It was fun! The line-up featured a mix of styles, and included both undergrads and grad students: Puppy Cops Mike Ferraro & The Young Republicans Cloudlicker Dr. Blount Tetractys If your band is […]

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The 8th Annual Fun Run – Now with Captions!

Hundreds of eager Columbians joined President Bollinger early this morning for the 8th Annual Fun Run, a spirited 5K jaunt through Riverside Park. The wannabe Olympians began the run on College Walk, headed south to the 96th street tennis courts, and turned back to the finish line where they were greeted by a resplendent view […]

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LectureHop: Columbia Palestine Forum

 Graphic used by Adalah New York speakers Bwog’s Liz Naiden squeezed into Hamilton 517 early for the Columbia Palestine Forum. Eager throngs crowded closer to the door and looked longingly into a small Hamilton classroom where the Columbia Palestine Forum was about to commence (Columbia Palestine Forum being both the name of the event and […]

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