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Grade Inflation FTW

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CCSC In A Lightning Storm

‘Twas a dark and stormy night. Lightning flashed over Low and thunder rumbled outside as the members of CCSC took their seats in the Satow Room on Sunday night for another rousing debriefing of the zany world of Columbia politics. The meeting began with a discussion about a possible kickball “event” between CCSC and ESC. […]

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AltSpec: Six Degrees (and Soros)

Columbians and their associates spent the last week expounding their well-honed opinions on everything.  From the Core and finance we find ourselves traipsing across a vast field of subjects, much like Frontiers.  Raised on words, we now present AltSpec: The Epic Narrative.  Photo via phys.ufl.edu Bwog’s favorite horn-rimmed glasses wearer Andrew Delbanco sounded off about […]

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QuickSpec: Firsts (of the Month) Edition

The Barnard Leadership Initiative becomes the Barnard Leadership Institute, results of this switch remain a little fuzzy A new month, a new proposal for gender-blind housing Wait, what grade inflation? That’s only in Cambridge, silly Spec! Broadway and Amsterdam are different avenues, and different people frequent them. The first of December heralds in finals season, […]

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QuickBW: Freshmen Abound!

This first issue of The Blue and White was made with Columbia’s newest inhabitants in mind. Dearest overachievers: perhaps the humanities is not the way to go for that A+… If you came to Columbia in search of fat cats, look no further. They are at the top of student government and the campus music […]

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QuickSpec: Special people edition

Summa Inflationica: Latin Honors at Barnard. Will fewer grads appear in the Times marriage announcements now? Men’s B-Ball Not Half-Bad (read this piece) Clubs Fight For the Goods Hi, Would You Be Interested in Writing Us a Big, Fat Check? Or Two? Staff: Let’s Hear it for the Basketball Boys

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The Wall of Shame—Where’s My ‘A’ At?

Bwog yawns itself querulously out of hibernation for the first post of the year 2007. There’s this one bothersome blank spot on our SSOL grades report between our C+ in Principles of Economics and our B- in Music Hum. We want it filled. Call it activist Bwogging, but here’s a list of the tardiest professors […]

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QuickSpec

Maybe we’re just better?  For the world, comedians. For Columbia, ex-Presidents!  Wednesdays = entirely superfluous. Ask, Don’t Tell–Columbia administrators riding high Support the team, not the record Urinetown! Urinetown! Urinetown!

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Grade Inflation Saves Lives

Heard outside Math, a young woman explaining to a friend how a professor just didn’t get it: “No, I was like, ‘you don’t understand the difference between a B- and a C+. If you give me a B-, my life is NOT over.”

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