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No Kissing on Butler 6

Found in the African Studies Reading Room on Butler 6. Looks like the War on Fun is still alive and well…

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Cavorting on the Roof of Lerner

From the throes of summer-class paper-writing, Dominique Jean-Louis reports “weird people” are kissing, dancing, and engaging in other merry-making activities on the roof of Lerner, all with thunder booming in the distance. How romantic. Just watch out for those skylights.

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Campus Corners — Hook-up spots

In which Bwog staffer Mark Krotov familiarizes us with the nooks and crannies at Columbia best suited for getting it on. Wearing Butler Goggles When sitting in Butler for eight hours straight has yielded little progress aside from two annotated pages of Confessions and seventeen updates to your Facebook profile, head outside where, chances are, […]

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