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Overseen: The Winning Candidate

Elevator-goers of John Jay are already curious about Mr. Silverstein’s political agenda. We only hope that he will deliver as a representative of his fellow residents. Give us meth or give us death!

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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2014: John Jay

To further honor the newly accepted class of 2018, Bwog is rolling out reviews of the freshman dorms on campus considering you kiddos need to pick where you want to live soon. Whether you prefer living in the same building as John Jay, or stay true to your love for Carman because it doesn’t get better, we’re sure […]

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A Straight Flush

According to a tip, a urinal in the John Jay 5 men’s room is flooding. The urinal is pissed. A straight flush. The biggest leak since Snowden. Who’s in trouble? Urine trouble! I hate John Jay. Fuck this place. Suck my dick Columbia. Remember that you can call Columbia Housing 24/7 at (212) 854-2779 for […]

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John Jay No Longer Quite So Hot

Thanks to the 1100-signature petition delivered by Student–Worker Solidarity to Columbia Dining, John Jay Dining Hall workers no longer have to endure a ridiculously hot kitchen. Pizza-baking, which apparently puts out a lot of heat, has been moved downstairs until Dining can put in better ventilation. Press release: This evening, workers at John Jay excitedly […]

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1100 Sign SWS’s John Jay Petition

Student-Worker Solidarity is on another campaign—last year it was Faculty House, and now it’s working conditions in John Jay dining hall. According to SWS’s release, they delivered a petition (circulated as a Google) to dining director Vicki Dunn. It called for “proper ventilation and AC” in the dining hall. Dunn “claimed that these changes would […]

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Gradual Disillusionment: Dining Halls

In our continuing coverage of Columbia’s sheen fading, Resident Artist Lauren Beltrone shows us the various paths to being totally over the dining halls:

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Bwog Goes Deep: Bwogstitution Day

Sometimes we forget, but Columbia has some freaking awesome stuff.  In our efforts to remind ourselves of this, we bring you a new series: Bwog Goes Deep, in which we find cool shit in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and tell you about it.  Chances are you immediately deleted it, but last week an […]

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John Jay Got A Makeover

While you were away eating home-cooked meals, JJ got some serious work done, and is now hella shiny and renovated. Those new plates! Those shiny woody/laquered surfaces!! Those gleaming floors!!! The still nonsensical arrangement of food!!!!! For those of you who never knew anything else, things were not always this new and clean, and that […]

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John Jay Continues To Suck

This morning, we received a  lovely tip detailing the continuing frustrations of vertical movement within John Jay Hall.  This past January, we saw an uprising of sorts as the JJ elevators were under endless repair.  Apparently some freshmen’s advice to not use the John Jay “lifts” and just take the stairs was moot as, in […]

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The Line for Surf n Turf…

…literally reaches to Butler. Go forth and feast on lobster and steak! Or make friends with someone with a meal plan really quickly. Pro tip: we hear the line is shorter at Ferris just as long at Ferris. Update (9:45): We’ve heard that someone got CAVA’d during the event. Whether it was from eating too much […]

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GonzoBwog: The Community Table

This semester, Columbia dining, CCSC ’16, and ESC ’16 have implemented a new idea in the John Jay dining hall: the Community Table. Intended to build community within Columbia, but especially within the freshman class, this new addition seemed like a nice way to spice up your meal with awkward small talk engaging conversation. We […]

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John Jay Doesn’t Even Lift

Yesterday Bwog reported on the beginnings of an insurrection in John Jay over an elevator which has been under emergency repairs since last semester. The conflict rages on with today’s new communiqué from the field:

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Overseen: John Jay Goes Cray Cray

One of John Jay’s elevators has been undergoing emergency repair since the beginning of the semester. The oppressed and alienated residents of the 15-story building now have to make a choice: to arduously wait in line for up to 20 minutes or to scale the building’s interminable stairs. Enraged, the John Jayites are rising against […]

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Zagat Dining Guide: John Jay

The dining routine at John Jay can get a little monotonous as the days go by, particularly when it comes to the desserts. On the best of nights you have a choice between gelatin, sad chunks of fruit, and the occasional dry cake, with fro-yo as the only saving grace. A few daring students (read: […]

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Student Passes Away After John Jay Fall (Update)

Update, 5:20 am: Dean Shollenberger has sent an email to all students confirming that Martha Corey-Ochoa, CC ’16, passed away last night. Our thoughts are with her friends and family. Update, 2:45 am: Dean Shollenberger has confirmed to Bwog that the student has passed away, minutes after an email with the same information was sent to […]

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