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Happening in the World: British authorities arrested another suspect in the Parsons Green subway terrorist attack. (NY Post) Happening in NYC: A man is continually building and rebuilding a series of stone statues along the Hudson river in upper Manhattan. (NY Times) Happening on Campus: Columbia Divest for Climate Justice (aka CDCJ) is having its first open meeting […]

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Butler Bites

Watch your step in front of Butler tonight – the forces of nature have opened a cavernous pit by the main entrance.  One of the grates by the wall collapsed. Public Safety assured our tipster that no one had fallen in.  Good thing, too, otherwise they might have found Columbia’s secret gold vault.     […]

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Whether for study or sleep, some of us wish the night would last just a little bit longer. With this in mind, Bwog presents a retrospective look at the most night-y night of recent memory. During the total lunar eclipse of February 20, Bwog’s polyhistoric daily editor Zach van Schouwen ascended the heights of Pupin […]

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Happy Hole-y Week

It’s always good to be an expert on something, even if that something is, well, nothing. Back in the day, during the Chad Crisis of the 2000 elections, Philosophy Professor Achille Varzi was apparently the go-to guy for insight into holes and what they’re all about. Brendan Ballou found a CNN transcript in which he gives his […]

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