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Bwog Asked: How Are Midterms Going?

It’s the least wonderful time of the year (again) and Bwog ventured into the depths of Butler to ask how Midterms are treating Columbia’s students. Judging by the disgruntled answers and the atmosphere of anxiety and cigarette smoke, y’all are barely hanging on. Lobby “Don’t care, not really stressed because I’m a Creative Writing major” […]

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Morningside Almanac: Week of 2/21/13

Looking for a little pick-me-up after that chemistry/ biology/ history/ underwater basket weaving midterm kicked your ass? Look no further than the Columbia Greenmarket! Extract your nose from your textbooks, take a much needed study break, and go support your community! As always, the greenmarket is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and accepts credit, […]

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Bwoglines: Something Fishy Edition

Turns out, fish are more like shrinky dinks than we originally thought. Thanks, Global Warming! (BBC News) Next, biologists ask the important questions: why are we here? Where did we come from? Why are fish penises so funny looking? (io9) Honey, have you seen my glove? If you think you have it bad, take a […]

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Bwoglines: Good Morning, World Edition

The Yale Police Department is currently investigating a possible sexual assault involving Yale undergraduates at a “naked party” thrown by the Pundits, Yale’s senior prank society. Perhaps this is why Columbia never has naked parties…(underwear parties don’t count!) (NYDN, YDN) We hope your first meal today looks as fun as these breakfasts do. Personally, Bwog prefers […]

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Reduce Your Stress at Low Plaza

It’s been a very stressful week—sophomores made major decisions, everyone except for seniors chose 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or none of their best friends to live with. Oh, and in case you haven’t noticed from all of our trite “Midterms are here!” ledes, midterms are here. We’ve brought you Brocrastination, kept you […]

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Smash Pumpkins, Not Bulbs

Tipster Danielle Benson sent us a photo of this sign, found in the John Jay elevator. Apparently, certain elevator patrons have been removing light bulbs from the ceiling and smashing them on the ground. Clearly, the John Jay community is now speaking out against this gross violation of elevator etiquette. If smashing light bulbs was […]

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Eyepoke: The Shameful Edition

There’s nothing like naïve young hopefuls to feed our raging narcissism. We know how to procrastinate, thank you very much. Speak for yourself while you revel in your awkward ways. How to lie, cheat and steal your way through midterms.

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