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The Real Deal About The Lerner Reveal

We all know the real reason that Lerner has increased the price of key replacements to a whopping $50, but here’s the official statement from Jose Rosa, Director of Operations of the Transportation Office: Prior to this increase, the key replacement fee had not changed for more than 10 years, during which time the actual cost to […]

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Desperately Seeking: The Marching Band’s Porno

Bwog has received the most…scintillating….tip that the Columbia University Marching Band is shooting an amateur pornography video for submission to the annual HUMP! festival. Characters as diverse as tubas, oboes, and *accordions* may be appropriated as anatomical substitutions for their sick, sick pleasure. If you know what we mean. In response to our frantic inquiries, […]

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Mag Preview: Hot, Steamy Gossip

The new issue of The Blue and White will be out in print on campus very soon. Until that glorious day arrives, tide yourself over with a preview of the juicy gossip that awaits you.  Guy walks into class maybe 5 minutes before it starts. Maybe half the people are there, and it’s over at Barnard, so […]

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Overseen: NSOP 2011 Edition

Despite delays, NSOP is now well on its way. Bwog has been out and about, mingling and picking up free shit. Here are the highlights we’ve observed thus far: The most commonly asked question at the information desk was when and where Convocation would be. The record number of blue bins one freshman required to […]

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Friends With $50 Million Benefits

Soros and Ferreyr, pre-suit George Soros, né Schwartz György, is being sued by a Columbia student. Adriana Ferreyr, a former Brazilian soap star and 28-year-old GS student, is after Soros for $50 million because he did not deliver on his promise of buying her an apartment worth $1.9 million — that’s what they teach you […]

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From the Issue: Gossip (with Illustrations!)

Bwog respects our heritage/amorous affair by posting each issue of The Blue & White. The latest issue, now available, is a cornucopia of delights: a gripping debate on the merits of shaving, tales of Columbia’s forgotten protests, and profiles of two truly awesome students, among others. As a special treat, Bwog has asked frequent Saturday Morning Cartoons contributor Jamila Barra to […]

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The Perfect Fats and Proteins

The Swim team beat Brown at Homecoming this past weekend! To celebrate, we bring you a bit of gossip from the latest issue of the Blue and White… Keep sending your silliest and strangest stories to tips@bwog.com Each week, the swim team coach buys 150 bottles of Ronnybrook Farm chocolate milk at the greenmarket to […]

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Magazine Preview: Campus Gossip

The November issue of The Blue and White will be here soon. Read selections from the magazine on Bwog. Say Cheese An adult, leading a group of what looks like young high school students onto Revson Plaza, points at statue of Bellerophon Taming Pegasus: “That’s modern art…” Points at the statue of the Tightrope Walker […]

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The First Family Is Among Us

Rumor has it that while Barry was doing this, Michelle, the kids and First Grandmother Marian Robinson lunched at Dinosaur BBQ this afternoon. The Obamas-sans-POTUS are in town this week, catching Broadway shows and apparently sizing up Manhattanville. Do you realize that means 3/4 of the Obama family breathed the same air as you today? […]

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A Real Race for CCSC?

Last year’s CCSC Exec Board race was, well, non-existent: Sue Yang’s ticket ran unopposed, marking a new low for non-competition for the top posts. For the first time in several years, though, a real race for the Executive Board could be in the offing, as the latest gossip hitting Bwog’s ears/inbox suggests there could be […]

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Campaign Confidential

Bwog presents a couple of blind items for campaign season. Any guesses? WHICH Class Council member, running for re-election, admitted to a Bwog reporter at a mandatory candidates’ rules meeting that she was intoxicated? She spent the meeting text-messaging and gossipping about the uselessness of the meeting – and she seemed none too pleased with […]

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CCSC behind the scenes

The CCSC gossip has been flowing like cheap wine at Columbia Cottage. For your edification: Item #1: Chris Kulawik may have come closer to a CCSC run than anyone realized. As George Krebs struggled to put together a ticket, he received feelers from Kulawik’s associates to see if he was interested in joining a Kulawik […]

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Play Nice.

There doesn’t seem to be a resistance, exactly, to the strike going down on Thursday—but not everyone is happy about it. SGB President Sakib Khan says that, while handing out flyers to advertise the strike yesterday at 7:40 PM outside Carman, a “tall skinny guy” came up and slapped a flyer out of his hand. […]

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Gossip: Really Wild Animals Edition

Everybody is talking about animals now, according to three separate things that three separate people said. IT IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE THAT THREE OF ANYTHING MAKES A TREND! First, a pair of professors: “Sex with animals…it doesn’t seem like something we might do today. But in a rural world, it does happen!” – Professor Alfred MacAdam, […]

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Computers Can’t Say “I love you”

While researching a linguistics paper on Artificial Intelligence, Bwog Correspondent Sara Maria Hasbun came across the websites for the winners of the Loebner Competition, a contest in which judges converse blindly with both humans and computer programs—the prize goes to the machine that bests simulates intelligent conversation. For her paper, Sara decided to try out […]

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