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Bwoglines: Groundbreaking Revelations Edition

What do ping pong balls, alcoholic beverages, and condoms have in common?  I’m sure a first year Carmanite can tell you—and now Duane Reade is using strategic (read: subliminal) marketing to save everyone a bit of time. [West Side Rag] Apologies to all lovers of anarchy, protests on Wall Street, and V for Vendetta; according to a law from 1845, […]

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The Aftermath

Update, 6:11 pm: McShane sent out an email advising students “to continue to use caution and monitor information sources.” And good building-integrity news: “Facilities has checked all buildings on the Morningside campus and has determined that there are no significant problems.” Most importantly, CC and SEAS ’15 move-in is on for tomorrow! Full email after […]

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State of the Emergency

If you haven’t heard, there’s a hurricane approaching New York, and it has shut down MTA and postponed NSOP and Move-In. Since Bwog never strays from Morningside, we’ll be wandering sadly through the rain, keeping you updated on what the scene is in the neighborhood. If you have any observations, picture, quotes, or musings on […]

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NSOP 2011 Schedule Released

The NSOP 2011 schedule has been released! Lots of the usual suspects here: a zillion John Jay dinners, a tour of Park Slope, etc. Here’s what the handbook has to say about the (now cancelled) Convocation 2011: President Bollinger, Dean Moody-Adams, Dean Peña-Mora, Dean Shollenberger, Columbia College Alumni Association President Kyra Barry, administrators, faculty, and student leaders at […]

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MTA To Be MIA, Starting Noon Tomorrow

If you planned on getting off campus tomorrow and enjoying the city one last time before Hurricane Irene sweeps through, be sure to make it back before noon! Governor Cuomo has ordered a complete shut down of MTA services starting at noon tomorrow. This means subways, buses, LIRR, and the Metro North will begin their […]

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Presenting Inclement Weather Update #5

Inclement Weather Update #5 has just been released, and the whole city is abuzz! Here’s what Student Affairs has to say to a presumably rather confused Class of 2015 this morning: don’t bother coming to college until the hurricane ends. The NSOP schedule hasn’t even been released yet (so when are we going to find […]

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Raining on NSOP’s Parade: Convocation Canceled and COÖP Curtailed

In case you weren’t aware, there’s a pretty big rainstorm that’s going to hit the northeast this weekend, just in time for NSOP. Bwog has been mystified by the Weather Channel the past few days (Seriously! 24 hours devoted just to weather! What is this madness) and really, the coming Hurricane Irene is no joke. […]

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