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Bwoglines: Winter Is Coming

It looks like we might be getting our first snow! The NYC metro area is expected to see some flurries this afternoon. It’s time to put on those Canada Goose coats! (Weather.com) President-elect Donald Trump is speaking openly about his disapproval for the C.I.A.’s investigation into possible Russian ties to the election. Despite Trump’s attacks, both […]

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Bwog in Bed: A Quick Breather

You have a whole weekend to study and that should be plenty, right? You’re going to ace that Monday test because you’re starting to study now, right? Right?! Bwogline: Bad things happen in Colorado. (CNN) Finals Tip: You don’t actually have to study as long as you look the part. Wear sweatpants/yoga pants/baseball hats/shapeless clothing. As long […]

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Massive Snowball Fight Tonight!

The first snowball fight of the year is in half an hour—go to Butler Lawn at midnight. Can it top those of previous years? You decide. Send your pictures and videos to tips@bwog.com.

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Let it Snow!

You’re rushing to class, focusing on that paper that’s due tomorrow or that problem set which you massively messed up. Suddenly, the raindrops upon your umbrella soften. Your eyes slowly look up at the grey sky, which is dusting Columbia’s campus with the joy of the first snow. Will it stick? How much can we […]

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Bwoglines: Election Edition

President Obama won re-election over Mitt Romney last night, and this time around was almost as special as his first time. (WSJ, CNN) Meanwhile, members of Congress seem fated for catfights. However, Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat from Wisconsin, can fist-pump all the way to Capitol Hill to join them as our first openly gay Senator. (Huff Post, Washington Post) Puerto […]

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Winter Wonderland

Grab your sled, build a snowman, and roast some chestnuts, it’s snowing!  This morning, Columbia has woken up to the first flurry of the season— which by the looks of it, is slowly turning into a blizzard. Join Bwog in putting your boots on and being jolly. Picture submissions welcome!

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Aftermath of the Snow Day that Wasn’t

A roundup of yesterday’s snow shenanigans: Check out a video of the the snowboarder here. Overheard at the scene: “Well that was anti-climactic.”

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Fresh Snow!

Snow promises great things and while scattered cries for a snowball fight didn’t materialize today, we do have a few pictures of the sights the fresh snowfall brought with it. Photos by Evelyn Warner. Stay warm and sweet dreams, all.

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Let It Snow Part 6: The Aftermath

Photos by Hans Hyttinen and Sam Schube

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Let It Snow Part 5 – Let The Snow Speak For Itself

SNOWBALL FIGHT TONIGHT AT 7:30 With thanks to Jon Hill, Elizabeth Jacob, Mahrah Taufique, Derek Arthur, Matthew Martinez, and Michelle Madejski for the photos

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Let It Snow Part 4: Peter Awn

Our favorite professor cancellation e-mail of the day followed by his previous warning after the jump. By his passing coyote reference, we have a sneaking suspicion we might count him among our illustrious readers. Sadly, the University has decided to shut down at 3pm, cancelling all subsequent classes and activities.  I know how traumatizing this […]

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Let It Snow Part 2: Skip Class and Hang Out With Colbert

UPDATE: Current snowfall at 3-6 inches UPDATE: NYU calls off classes Bwog just received this tip: Hey Columbians! Due to the crazy blizzard outside, we over at “The Colbert Report” think that today will be a GREAT day to head on down to the show for standby tickets. We can’t guarantee anything, but the odds […]

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