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Timeless Doctrines: Bad Hair Edition

A tipster spotted this remarkably eloquent note in McBain, addressed, “To the wookie on floor 8.” Jeez. I am posting this note as a gentle warning that your shower etiquette is sub-par. Few people actually enjoy communal living, and I think, given your behavior it’s not hard to imagin [sic] why I’m sure by now […]

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Bwoglines: Diminishing Seriousness Edition

Foiled New York terror plot was scheduled for September 11 of this year, says prosecutor in the case of alleged terrorist. (AP) A Columbia Econ professor claims that good signs from the stock market don’t necessarily mean improvement in the economy. All the suited would-be analysts swarming yesterday’s career fair beg to differ. (Reuters) Because […]

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Disowned, Scorned, Still Proudly Self-Deprecating

Loyalty is not something ingrained in students at this spirit-deprived school.  Even with all the excitement, we knew deep inside that Barack Obama (CC ’83, now some kind of important person) would never speak at Class Day. After all, what with saving the world, how could he possibly have time to visit his Alma Mater? […]

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Water Gun Wars Get Heated

Those of you following CU Assassins may have noticed that in place of the mocking, playful, and egotistical tones of early kill reports, many killins of the past week have been described with malice and aggression. Water-gun-in-your-face aggression. There are now only two teams remaining in the game – one with two players, and one […]

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Halloween Costume Survival Guide

Bwog kicks off Halloween early this year with a special guide to two of the neighborhood’s best costume purveyors, Ricky’s and  Possibilities @ Columbia. You can divide the world in two camps: Those who love Halloween and those who hate it.  Bwog falls into the former camp and we hope you do too. But we […]

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Columbia news that’s fit to print

Today’s Sunday Times is chock-full of Columbia nuts. First, the lead story in the Magazine, by Mark Lilla, is regurgitated CC, and any good humanities student worth his or her weight in Enlightenment and secular/liberal theory should be able to follow his argument and add a dash of insight to boot. Then, the Lives essay is by […]

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Of kooks and cabdrivers

Just thought we’d bring to your attention two of the latest places Columbia has made the news:  A new film waxing indignant about censorship and anti-semitism, conveniently collapsing all of Columbia into the MEALAC department… And former Sen. Mike Gravel’s excellent adventure, via cab, to his former stomping grounts. Thank you, Google alerts.

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