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In the latest installment of our ongoing series of EIC reflections in celebration of Bwog’s big birthday, our second-ever Editor-in-Chief, Lydia DePillis, remembers life back when Gmail was new. Lydia remained a journalist, and now works for the Washington Post. Few things have made me feel older than the realization that Bwog, this little project we […]

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The Mets win opener 7-1. The 96th St subway station’s new entrance has been opened. Thanks to Columbia, retro vending machines no longer have a home. Gothamist loves Bwog! They’ve introduced an etiquette guide.

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Gothamist cites Bwog comments. (So you could be famous!) HuffPo defends Women’s Studies at Columbia. The City comes to an agreement to develop Ground Zero. (Times) Columbia opens ‘Global Centers’ in Mumbai and Paris. Debate continues over the Jail-themed playground in Brooklyn. (Times)

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Columbia may have been upstaged last month in the building takeover category by our violet-loving friends to the south. However, we can all rest assured that nostalgia for the halcyon days of Morningside Heights in 1968 will never be crushed by pesky NYU Public Safety officers. On that note, today Gothamist posted an interview with […]

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Yeah, we’re Establishment now… fuck. Quite possibly better news than Chipotle Alternatively, we could hire chauffeurs. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA we love Ben Grosghal. And a little from the outside world… Bollinger dishes to Observer, avoids Biden fumble Gothamist on wheatpaste CUCRs one-upped by the NYU Republicans

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Gothamist is reporting that lefty New School students are doing a much better job protesting John McCain in his last commencement stop of the year than we did. Where was Columbia’s 1,000-signature petition? They even care about it in India! And no, that’s not the ceremony. Bwog is just still confused by the orange theme.

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A Love Letter

Gothamist, the Bwog will have Butler Sex with you anytime, any stack. Now, are you coming to our party?

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Gothamist points the way to some snow videos, including a time lapse one of College Walk. Poke around a little and you can find an entire page of Columbia time lapse videos, all seemingly shot from Butler, including a nice sunrise, and the fastest graduation you will ever see. Update: Thanks to “Seth Low” for […]

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Oh, snap! Gothamist hates on Barnard’s new student center. We don’t think it’s that ugly– do you?

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Marvel Comics and the Travel Channel have put out together a Superhero’s Guide to New York City which includes our fair Columbia. Doesn’t answer the question whether Daredevil and Spiderman ever bumped into each other, though. (Hat tip: Gothamist)

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Gothamist discovers the Splogs And, yes, we’ve decided to re-christen the Spec Blogs the Splogs. Any objections?

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