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A Music Hum professor to his class: “Boom. I just knowledged. All over you.” Damage Control from Wikimedia Commons

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It’s four square! No, not the sketchy social networking site, but the playground game. Relive recess, kids! Spotted by Sarah Ngu

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   Image courtesy of BestDirect.tv A few days ago, Columbia was kindly informed about an outbreak of meningitis at our beloved weekend trip destination, UPenn. Well, the week has ambled onwards, and still the dirge of meningitis hums over us. Meanwhile, a graduate student at the UPenn petri dish has reportedly contracted measles and our […]

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Autumn, the year’s most magical season, is finally upon us. To celebrate the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, Bwog will be suggesting different autumnal activities that are designed to increase your appreciation of the season.  About forty minutes north on the Palisades is Dr. Davies Farm, a produce stand and […]

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