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The 2010 valedictorian is Seth Davidovits from the Applied Physics department and the salutatorian is Rodney Chang, a mechanical engineer. Congratulations!

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Mimi for Free

In what surely will be talked about for generations as one of the greatest free food events of all time, the SEAS 2011 Class Council is sponsoring a study break where they will be serving Mimi Truffles. Yes, those Mimi Truffles, and specifically a “specially CU decorated red velvet truffle.” The event will be held […]

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Architecture students, take note: Jenny Hsu, SEAS ’10, made this 7-layer model of Low Library out of 100% edible ingredients! Says Hsu, “I just wanted to make it. I’m a second semester senior.” More photos of the cake, as well as photos of an earlier Alice in Wonderland-themed cake, after the jump.

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Bwogger Anish Bramhandkar found this mysterious board in Lerner yesterday: Points to anyone who can guess what this hodgepodge of math, physics, and almost biology means.

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You seemed to enjoy our JJ’s Playlists a few weeks ago, so we’re bringing you more. SEAS Dean Feniosky Peña-Mora kindly responded to Bwog’s request to share his favorite musical selections. Instead of a list of songs, Peña-Mora has his pick of the albums he enjoys. Stay tuned for more playlists from other campus notables– […]

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The latest issue of the Fed is out and aping another Columbia publication. Bwog highlights some of its cringe-worthy crassness… Ergonomics of shaving (ew) “The Columbia Animal Farm (Get it? They’re communists!) Becomes an Animal House (like the movie!!)” Same-old hipster hating Erotic fiction

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One of the draws of coming back to school is the Super Fast Internet Connection.  At Columbia, we boast a roughly 10 megabits per second internet connection for both uploading and downloading. Sound like gibberish?  For reference, consider that a typical MP3 (music file) is about 48 megabits in size, so it would take about […]

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SocketHop explains technology affairs to the technologically-impaired. Today marks the public release of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7.  There’s a lot of information and a lot of technical details flying around the web, so we’ve tried to distill it down into a chunk of need-to-know information. What is Windows 7? Windows 7 is the […]

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It may be free, but it’s hard-earned by the honest sweat of a SEAS student’s brow. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is giving out homemade ice cream today at 3:00 in the 13th floor lounge of Mudd. “Homemade?” you repeat dreamily, as your mind’s eye conjures your mother in a frilly apron and a beehive, brandishing […]

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Hiding in Butler, you’ve got six papers due in ten hours but you’re engaged in a poke war on Facebook.  It’s time to buckle down and get some real work done.  SocketHop is here to help.    Image via Flickr Lose the Clutter There’s a million ways to have distraction-free word processing, but Bwog has […]

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