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They’re On To Us

Even though Google spilled the beans about their privacy policy, can we really trust the multibillion dollar corporation to have no skeletons in their closet? Don’t you find it a bit strange that just as they made their announcement, campus surveillance was bumped up a several notches? Also, could this coincidence explain the eerily timely announcement […]

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Googlying: The New Coning?

After yesterday’s discovery of Brogan’s new security system, a tipster revealed that this is a spreading epidemic, as evidenced here on College Walk.  Be on the lookout for more appearances as Bwog will continue to investigate this symbol of the American Dream.  Beware: the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg are ever watchful, especially while you’re […]

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Columbia Makes Large-Scale Additions To Campus Surveillance

Just moments ago, a tipster divulged that Public Safety has taken covert and highly controversial new surveillance measures. Implanted on the heavily-trafficked inner doors to what our tipster reveals is called “Brogan” (Broadway/Hogan), this new security system monitors all potentially dangerously displays of bro-ing out.  These include, but are not limited to, smuggling 30-racks of […]

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