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Throwing Smoke With David Speer

With baseball season well underway, the Lions are doing pretty well. Bwog’s sports-savvy lefty Max Rettig caught up with pitcher, and fellow lefty, David Speer, who is enjoying quite a good season. Catch the interview below.  Bwog: What’s the team culture like, especially when traveling?  David: We’re all pretty much best friends. Our fall workouts […]

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While You Were Sleeping…

Much like your peers, you may have taken a well-deserved, month-long, post-finals nap.  Perhaps you’re feeling disconnected from the Columbia community as of late.  Luckily, Bwog doesn’t sleep very much.   Broadway Lobby gets a grassy makeover for Summer! The sports season may be over for the Columbia Lions, but Lions Basketball star Brian Barbour and […]

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Hot Chocolate on a Warm Day

In light of today’s beautiful weather, we would like to think that our hot-chocolate-to-warm-our-hands days are over for now. However, we do not protest free food/drinks. Right now, the Business School’s behavioral research lab is attempting to woo new participants by giving away free hot chocolate. They’re located right next to the lion statue outside […]

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Get Your School Spirit On

Baker Blast is upon us–the first football game of the season begins today at 12:30 p.m.!  The Lions take on the Fordham Rams at the Baker Athletics Complex. Mel’s Burger Bar is sponsoring the tailgate area. The first 500 students to attend get a free tee-shirt and Student Rewards Program credit.  Go Lions! Photo via […]

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QuickSpec: Rapaciousness Edition

Oh ye righteously indignant first-year, haven’t you learned that Columbia eats freshmen for breakfast? Ghostly governing board’s got no flesh on its bones Destroy that celery! The dog-eat-dog world of Columbia a capella Icy Hockey huntresses on the trail of a win Plus: A lede so nice they printed it twice!

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Football Recap: Triumph v. Brown

In which CML recapitulates this weekend’s football game, and shares the lesson of promising mediocrity. Early this Saturday morning, the Columbia football team arrived in scenic Providence, Rhode Island for their final game of the season. They were greeted by a jolly bear reminiscent of the old Smoky ad campaigns, a large cadre of stoners […]

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Get Wasted While Watching CU Get Crushed

CCSC Prez Seth Flaxman writes in to let us know there will be free edibles at the Columbia v. Duke basketball game viewing party tonight in the Lerner auditorium at 8 pm. There will also be free t-shirts and maybe some school spirit on hand. And if you have 2 IDs, there will be alcohol, […]

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Football Recap: Pigskins of Prozac

Recapitulation of this weekend’s football success by CML: Thousands of fans from both Columbia and Cornell converged upon Baker Field today, each to witness firsthand the contest that would determine the best Ivy League football team in New York  – and whether Columbia, after two years, would finally notch a conference win.  The sun shone […]

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Lions Lose, Come Home

Lydia DePillis and Christopher Morris-Lent report on today’s Homecoming game. Special thanks to Charles Clavey for his photos. It is generally true that suburban high schools are much better at football than their urban counterparts.  If we extrapolate this axiom and apply it to this afternoon’s contest between Princeton and Columbia, then the unhappy outcome […]

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