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Rejected Halloween Costumes: Columbia Edition

Written by Idris O’Neill, BC ’21 Year after year, we see the same slew of hastily thrown together, tired frat boy costumes and lazily constructed black cat outfits with makeup borrowed from your suitemate. It’s time to throw away your prop red solo cup, pastel shorts, and backwards caps and really step your game up. […]

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Bwog Presents: Halloween Costume Contest Winners

After much deliberation, Bwog has decided upon the winner of this year’s costume contest.   The lineup is: First Place: Margaret Thatcher Meryl Streep has never looked so good.

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QuickTix: Week Before Halloween Edition

I bet you’re wondering how Bwog knew about your plans to break curfew. Well, we heard it through the grapevine, along with these upcoming events from the TIC office. Campus Events: CUP’s A Bright Room Called Day. Friday and Saturday at 8 pm.$5 CUID. ShakeShorts-ShortShakes. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 pm. Free. Dance Marathon Halloween Party. […]

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More Costumes: Elites, Revolutionaries and Other Hooligans

Hailing from round the map and all along the wealth spectrum, our contestants from Argentina, Wall Street and the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros bring you another mixed bag of costumes. Keep sending ’em in. Results are later this evening!

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‘Tis the Season for Kooky Costumes

The academic calendar gods may not have blessed us with a Halloweekend this year, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it up style. That’s right, tonight marks the start of Bwog’s fifth annual costume contest, and we want to see your best. Whether you’re doing something Core-inspired, politically-motivated, or just deliciously clever, we want to see […]

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Bwog Costume Contest: The Contestants

Here are our final contestants! We’ll be choosing a winner in the next day or two; help us out (without being a dick!) in the comments.

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Costume Contest Ends Tonight!

Send us a picture of your Halloween costume by midnight-ish tonight for free beer and candy. Send to tips@bwog.com!

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Last-Minute Halloween DIY: Provocative Edition

When you were in middle school, Halloween was a time for wholesome, all-American fun. You probably went trick-or-treating around your neighborhood or marched in the costume parade around your school gym. But you’re in college now, and costumes aren’t like they were in the days of your youth. Upholding a longstanding Bwog tradition, Hannah Goldstein […]

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Last Minute Costume Dash

You better get out of the library and down to Ricky’s if you’re supposed to be getting a costume for tonight. The store has reached capacity, and there’s a long line out the door. If you’re desperate, you might have more luck at the temporary Halloween location on 96th. The long lines all have made […]

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Boringside Heights: In Which We Feel the Return of Fall

It has been a riveting week here in Morningside Heights. Bwog brings you our weekly roundup of new and exciting things to ponder and post Facebook statuses about. Morton Williams is no longer carrying peaches, because it is a beacon of the local food movement. Morton Williams has decorated for Halloween, because Halloween is a […]

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Costume Contest: It’s Clippy

Finally, white smoke!  After much deliberation, Bwog’s Halloween Conclave has named Rick Betita and his “Clippy, the Paper Clip from Microsoft Word” costume the winner of Bwog’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest.  Rick will be getting a surprise candy bar some time in the next six months.  Happy Halloween, all.

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Bwog’s Costume Contest: The First Responders

Submissions to Bwog’s Costume Contest are rolling in. Before we pick a winner, check out our favorite entries so far, and rate them yourself in the comments.   Patrick Londen as the Hamburglar.

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C’mon, You Know That Costume’s Good

With Halloween being on a Saturday, it’s as if everyone got a do-over with their costumes tonight. So there’s no excuse: send us your best costumes to bwog@columbia.edu by midnight tomorrow, and hope for yet another piece of candy.  Oh, and apparently Daylight Saving Time ends tonight? Not cool. Not cool at all. Never mind, […]

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Dress to Impress in Our Costume Contest

Tonight and tomorrow night, many of you will be affixing costumes or cardboard or facepaint to yourselves, sacrificing sartorial control to the great Gods of Halloween. So, Bwog’s announcing our third annual Halloween Costume Contest, in which you are invited to send us photographs of your chilling and charming outfit this evening. Favorites from last […]

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There’s Nothing Like the Last Minute

Know what you’re going to be for Halloween? Neither do we. With three days to go, it’s time to give in and get serious—you’re not going to buck gender normativity this year, pal. But all is not lost, with this list of easy-to-find, last minute costumes. Hustle over to Ricky’s (you know you’ve always wanted […]

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