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A big thank you to Bwog Editor Emeritus but Always With Us In Spirit Anish Bramhandkar for tipping these great graphs. The people at the popular online-dating site, OkCupid, crunched their user-provided data to create ten very amusing graphs. Among the findings–vegetarians like giving oral sex more than their omnivorous peers, people on Twitter are more than […]

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If your learning style is more graphs than paragraphs, Bwog daily editor Jon Hill has created a highly scientific chart of the decline of Ivy endowments. As you can see, the true cause of our nation’s problems was the pernicious combination of bad Eddie Murphy movies and poorly designed ketchup bottles. Damn you, Heinz.  

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Bwog correspondent Jon Hill reports some awful Koronet-related news: prices have increased 25 cents, up from the $3/slice price, which lasted about a year. Hill researched some old data and used Microsoft Excel in order to illustrate for you, the concerned citizenry, the historical precedent for this price increase.  

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Today is Valentine’s Day, and time to declare your love, and, if you are a CC Sophomore, your major. Whether you want love, a major, or neither, Bwog can help you by giving you a guide to read and criticize. Love For many people, and even some at Columbia, this is a beautiful day for […]

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