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Update, 2 pm: Columbia has also canceled classes tomorrow. Five day weekend! In light of the continued effects of Hurricane Sandy, the University is cancelling classes and events at all campuses on Tuesday (10/30/2012). Barnard recently (as of 12:30 this afternoon) updated its homepage, appropriately subtly given the occasion, to announce that, along with NYU, […]

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Batten down the hatches, people! We’ve got a Frankenstorm on our hands. While you anxiously watch the skies for what people are calling a “Perfect Storm,” Bwog has you covered with all things Sandy. (Washington Post) For those of you who haven’t yet used Sandy as an excuse to stock up on junk food/ build […]

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Before what will almost undoubtedly be a record-breaking storm, the Lions made some history of their own this weekend as Football beat Yale for the first time since 2001. After blowing fourth quarter leads in two straight games, the Lions finally made a late-game charge of their own, coming back to beat Yale with a […]

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As Hurricane Sandy continues brewing, so do the fears of our concerned parents. What better way for those who love us to communicate their anxieties than via text? So, in the spirit of Whenparentstext.com, Bwog wants to know what ridiculous/ominous/grammatically incorrect things your parents are texting you! Below are some texts from the Bwog staff’s […]

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Now is the time to remain in a state of calm panic! Monday classes are cancelled! Though we have yet to receive official word from the administration, the Columbia preparedness website has announced that all classes and events on Monday, 10/29 are cancelled. Given Columbia’s general reticence to cancel classes, this move is likely in direct response […]

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The fact that a recent study deemed laughter a form of exercise is no laughing matter in that this means never having to step foot in Dodge again. And of course by “again” we mean, where is Dodge exactly? (NYT) Hurricane Sandy is anything but humerous, even if it does make for great puns. (NPR, […]

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