It’s nearly time for CC students to declare their majors, so most of the major departments (if they haven’t held them already) are holding open houses soon. Managing Editor Zack Abrams, fresh from screaming into a pillow for 8 hours straight, brings you more.
It is with great joy that we announce that CrackDel is once again selling alcohol. After they lost their license last year, we had come to doubt they would ever be the same…a spicy special without a Four Loko just isn’t really a spicy special. But as of September 15th, CrackDel has a new liquor […]
The first miracle of the Christmas season is upon us: Columbia Admirers is back. Just in time for the busiest, most stressful month of the semester, aka the perfect time to write some sexually-frustrated anonymous expressions of admiration. About an hour ago, with no warning, Columbia Admirers made this post: Hey Columbia! We are back! […]
If you’re trying to avoid the same ol’ Butler crowd by heading to the law school, think again. There’s a whole lotta flooding, and according to an officer holding the fort, it is the cause of a pipe that spans one of the top floors. But hurry up if you want to practice your breast […]
Sean Zimmermann reports: Since 1994, first-year Columbia engineers have taken Gateway Lab, formally “ENGI E1102: Design fundamentals using the advanced computer technologies.” But starting next year with the Class of 2015, Gateway will cease to exist in its current form. Bwog has learned that starting in Fall 2011, instead of Gateway, freshmen engineers will take […]
In a surprise move, CUIT has increased bandwidth quotas from 350 MB/hr to 1000 MB/hr download and from 180 MB/hr to 400 MB/hr upload. Not that Bwog advocates anything that could possibly get your hard drive reformatted, but if you happen to need to, say, download a 750mb .pdf from your professor, be glad […]