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Finals Angst, Elevated To All New Levels

A tipster spotted the following cry for help in the notoriously sucky Hamilton elevator:

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Overseen: Ring Pop Royalty

Bwog is no stranger to weird happenings on campus that end up going viral. This one, though, has us stumped. Is this some sort of Baccha90s guerilla marketing campaign? Who is the “ring pop princess” and what does she want from us? Is this her organization’s manifesto? What follows is all of the evidence we’ve managed to […]

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Quantum Mechanical Street Art: Schrodinger’s Cat

If you seal a cat in a metal box with a decaying radioactive substance and a jar of cyanide, isn’t the cat both alive and dead until you open the box and look? The paradox that this week’s Frontiers of Science lecture presented caused an artistic freshperson to go Banksy on some quantum mechanics.

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Masterpieces of Underground Art

While you were still cramming for that last final (or perhaps drinking the memory of it into oblivion), one of your talented peers was off spray-painting walls underground. Perhaps inspired by our own Mark Hay’s forays into the tunnels earlier this semester, Columbian artist and “bandit belle” Angelique Chandy decided to try her hand at tagging, […]

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From the Issue: Your Name Here

Bwog respects our heritage/amorous affair by posting each issue of The Blue and White. The latest issue, available this week, has a lot of good stuff: a debate on the relative merits of shaving or not, the history of Columbia’s forgotten post-1968 protests, and a conversation with Improv Everywhere’s Charlie Todd (all available soon on Bwog). From this […]

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Spotted on the outer wall of John Jay, a doodle to cheer you up, then make you sad, then cheer you up, then…

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Albus Dumbledoor

With Harry and the Potters on campus last weekend, and Halloween just around the corner, all manner of witchcraft and wizardry has cropped up around campus. This time it takes the form of multimedia pun.

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Bwoglines: Why, MTA, Why Part Deux

Drama on 123rd Street. (NYT) Three terrible words we’ve all grown far too accustomed to: planned service changes. (Gothamist) Happiness comes to those who rarely carry cash. (Spec) This is what happens when you tag subway cars. (Daily News) Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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Sex, Drugs, and Food and Drinks

Who knew such scandalous things were allowed in the Butler green zone? Not Bwog! An anonymous tipster sent in this image documenting the work of Columbia’s talented graffiti artists: Good to know that the Stacks aren’t having all the fun.

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Freshmen Rejoice!

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It’s Funny Because We Don’t Know if it’s Poo or Pudding

This clever graffito marking a dollop of unknown provenance in John Jay further proves that life is just more fun with annotation.  And gold stuff. Photo by Claire Sabel

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Chalk It Up to Exams

Tipster extraordinaire Ron Gejman found some strange graffiti by the East Campus Guard post.

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The Gates

Who gave the College Libertarians chalk?!                 UPDATE 12:24 PM: Bwog daily editor David Iscoe spotted the chalky Libertarian and/or ironist last night. Says David: “I saw him drawing another one (“Ron Paul cured my apathy”) on the sidewalk near (I think) Kim’s, the guy was a somewhat […]

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Homophobic Graffiti on Carman

An email from Dean Colombo to Carman residents reveals that some homophobic graffiti was applied to the pillar outside the freshman dorm on February 11th, and was removed about a week later. Colombo’s email, reproduced below the jump, asserts that the slow response time in dealing with such incidents will be looked into in the future […]

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Abandon Hope: The Last Days of the Columbia Tunnels, Part Deux

The system’s far more intriguing history is written on its walls, says Bwogger Armin Rosen. Tunnel graffiti is a running history of everyone who found their explorations momentous enough to permanently commemorate…. But there’s nothing boastful or egotistical about the hastily-scrawled notes found on practically every flat and indeed most of the cylindrical surfaces in […]

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