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Monday mornings bring CCSC swarming—over issues of transparency, accountability, and passionate quotes. CCSC Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman reports. In last night’s meeting of the Columbia College Student Council (CCSC): deliberations over Joint Council Co-Sponsorships and Grant Opportunities (JCCC) funding, spontaneous and spirited debates over transparency, and the unyielding force of VP Finance Anuj Sharma. To […]

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SPEARS: The Gospel According to Britney, Pat Blute’s musical which professed to pair The Greatest Story Ever Told with The Greatest Music Ever Written, ran for the last time at 8 pm last night, in Barnard’s Glicker-Milstein Theatre. Conor Skelding went. On the jaded Columbia campus, SPEARS’s premise – using the music of Britney Spears to […]

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   Image via CabinetMagazine.com Campus Crusade for Christ, along with its buddies the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, the Remnant (no, not replicant) Christian Fellowship, and the oft-maligned Korea Campus Crusade for Christ, is hosting the ReCharge “Cofeehouse” tonight from 8-10.  Head over to 114th and Broadway to sip some free coffee and see Kayte Grace (of […]

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It has come to Bwog’s attention that the Federalist Paper (aka the Fed), Columbia’s perennial bastion of jokedome, has published its second issue of the year.  Bwog encourages you to have a laugh or two as you try to shake off that midterm angst by reading the new issue entitled First Years and Last Temptations. […]

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Bwog is currently livebwogging from the Low Steps, where we (like many of you) stumbled upon a rock concert. The music was loud (and catchy) as Bwog yelled around in vain trying to figure out what the concert was for. We first ran into Jeffrey Rodriguez, SEAS ’10, of the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship who explained […]

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Jesus week starts today, kicking off five days of praise and prostration. This afternoon, Low Steps played host to easels on which passersby could at once declare and apologize for their direst sins. What do Columbia students feel sorry for? “for thinking I’m better than non-Ivy students” “for coveting my friends’ money and looks” “God […]

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Nothing like the election holiday to get us talking about Jesus. In McBain, Josh shares this tip: Two security guards are talking at the swipe-in desk when I walk in. Guard 1: Yeah, that’s true. Guard 2: (In a very matter-of-fact tone). You can’t trust a man with a knife in one hand, a smile […]

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One singer + one keyboard player + one flutist + one moderately creepy man milling about = Christian music awesomeness. Low Plaza. Right now. Bwog is not sure how long this will last, so act fast.

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Street evangelist to pair of hipster guys walking along 125th street: “Hello, you need God today now? Or you need girl? God made the girl!”

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