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Thesis Statement Mad Libs: Lit Hum and Comp Sci Edition

Writing papers on three hours of sleep and two shots of espresso is hard, but slaving away in Butler has its benefits–Bwog’s got the composition process almost down to a science. To help you through this finals season, here are some helpful guidelines for getting your thesis statement from your brain onto the page. Last […]

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2016 Uses Video Games as Lens for Iliad Analysis

Yesterday was CC 2016’s first Lit Hum lecture, delivered by Gareth Williams. Here are the thoughts of Isabel Robinson, CC ’16. Tuesday afternoon, hordes of freshmen could be spotted milling around Lerner, slowly but steadily making their way through a line that stretched three sides of the building. Buzzing through the air was one main […]

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Unrequited Reading

Though lost to history, we are working to bring you whatever we can from the May issue of The Blue & White. Here, Allie Curry explains how we are able to read things not written in English, even though we won’t pay for the convenience. The headline of a 2003 New York Times piece on […]

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Learn Your Limericks!

Bwog shines equally favorably on all cretins of the Core. We did it for CC, and oh, okay, since you insist, Lit Hum gets a bone too. Way back when, a few Bwoggers converted several thousands of pages of reading into limericks—the perfect size for you to memorize in between a breakfast of Red Bull and […]

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Free Food and Knowledge This Week in Furnald

Update, 12:33 pm: The event is well underway. There are indeed milk and cookies, but the atmosphere is less than convivial and certainly not conducive to munching. Fifty first-years huddle around a teacher, who said to the silent, scribbling students, “Okay, now construct a thesis to go along with these points.” Bwog knows how this sounds—but […]

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The First Lit-Hum Lecture 2011

Alison Herman, CC’15, was dutifully in attendance yesterday afternoon. She keeps it short and sweet below. N.B. Christia Mercer is a Bright Eyes fan. At 2:30 sharp on Tuesday, over a thousand Columbia College freshpeople and one intrepid reporter packed themselves into Roone Arledge Auditorium for their first-ever college lecture. With the help of a […]

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Be Prepared (with Bingo)

The learning starts today. Gather with philosopher queen Christia Mercer (substitute for Lit Hum legend Gareth Williams in the graph)  to pore over the Iliad that you’ve all finished weeks ago! Head over to Lerner, the big glass thing, at 2:30. Graphic by Jon Hill

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Lit Hum Study Guide: A Semester In Song

Freshpeople, Bwog can’t believe you kids are already studying for your Lit Hum final! It seems like just yesterday when you were loading taxidermy rodents into your blue bins. In honor of the big test, we’re recycling this gem of a post, and adding a few updates. Below, Bwog presents a playlist of songs with references to […]

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From the Magazine: Blue Book

In the latest issue of The Blue & White, Graphics Editor Stephen Davan brings us an illustrated guide to living every Columbian’s dream – The Core, food, puns, and the city somehow combined.

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Classroom Courtesy: A Primer

It’s the first day of school, folks! Savor the crackling sound of creasing book binds and the strong scent of newly sharpened pencils. Freshpeople, Bwog can’t believe you kids are already starting classes. It was only last week you were loading taxidermy rodents into your blue bins. After a week- long orientation, get ready to […]

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Lit Hum Lecture One: Orlando Bloom’s Glistening Abs

When 2 o’clock rolled around today, it was finally time for the Class of 2014 to close the Iliad (or at the very least close the Sparknotes tab in their browsers), and trudge off to the Literature Humanities lecture with Professor Christia Mercer. Emma Stein, CC ’14, was on hand to share the fun with […]

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Your NSOP 2010 Theme: The Odyssey

NSOP schedules aren’t released till tomorrow, but Bwog’s been tipped that the 2010 Orientation theme is the Odyssey. You know, like the Core Curriculum, the cornerstone of your Columbia education unless you’re in Barnard or SEAS! We cry Columbia-College-centrism, just so you’ll stop accusing Bwog of it. We wait with bated breath for the activities […]

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Good Luck, Frosh-Sophs!

CC 2012’ers and 2013’ers are embarking on a long, painful three hours: Lit Hum and CC finals happen today, in every nook and crany of Hamilton, from 12:30-3:30. Bwog wishes you the best of luck, and we salute you: you’re on your way, kids! Freshmen should reacquaint themselves with our most recent study guide, and […]

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Lit Hum Study Guide: A Semester In Song

Last year Bwog brought you a Limerick Lit Hum study guide, and this year Procrastinator Extraordinaire Carolyn Ruvkun provides you with a playlist of songs with references to glorious works of our literary past from the second semester of the Lit Hum syllabus. ‘Njoy! The Beatles, “I Am the Walrus“ This Beatles classic sparked the […]

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Solidarity Edition

Another week passes, another Saturday morning provokes procrastination.  As the semester winds down, so does Lit Hum for CC freshmen!  Push on through Crime and Punishment–the end is near, friends. Oh, the unifying power of Lit Hum. Cartoon by Abigail Santner

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