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Library Review: The Stacks

The Stacks can be pretty freakin’ scary. Once, I went there to get some LitHum books, and I felt this great, dark presence looming just over my shoulder. As part of our library review series, Bwog Staffer Timmy Wu reviews Columbia’s favorite haunt/sexy-time place where “the light could not reach.” Location: The core of Butler […]

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So Deep In The But: Tunneling

Tonight we explore a place of WikiCU lore: the Butler basement/tunnels. Don’t try this at home, kids, though we know you want to. The entry: There are two ways we saw to get to the basement: through the first floor of the stacks (restricted to library staff) and through the X staircase on the northwest side […]

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