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A problem every student with long hair knows about: hair in the shower drains. Why is it so damn hard to clean up your own hair? Isn’t this what you do at home? Daily Editor Betsy Ladyzhets does some field research into the matter. There is hair in the shower drain. There is always hair […]

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CMTS’s ambitious production of Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical premieres tonight at 8 pm. You can also catch it tomorrow at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. in Roone Arledge Auditorium. Bwog sent Musical Maven Alexandra Svokos to the dress rehearsal to give us the rest of the details. Headed by first-time CMTS […]

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Finding a good haircut in a new city is already difficult task but on a student’s budget and with a Columbian’s schedule, it has reduced the steeliest of wills to tears (or something). But now Bwog takes the mystery and misery out of the process by sampling and reviewing the quality of the options available […]

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A roving gang of mustachioed bandits invaded campus yesterday. Before they were chased off by the NYPD Special Trimming Squad, though, they got a very special photo op.  Salvador Dalí would be so proud.

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