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Our favorite professor cancellation e-mail of the day followed by his previous warning after the jump. By his passing coyote reference, we have a sneaking suspicion we might count him among our illustrious readers. Sadly, the University has decided to shut down at 3pm, cancelling all subsequent classes and activities.  I know how traumatizing this […]

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UPDATE: Current snowfall at 3-6 inches UPDATE: NYU calls off classes Bwog just received this tip: Hey Columbians! Due to the crazy blizzard outside, we over at “The Colbert Report” think that today will be a GREAT day to head on down to the show for standby tickets. We can’t guarantee anything, but the odds […]

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At around noon today, an e-mail was sent out to Columbia undergrads informing them that they had not been chosen to attend Prezbo’s Fireside Chat. Regardless of having submitted their names to the lottery, those who received the notice were politely informed that they would not be able to attend. Bwog can only conclude that […]

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