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You know the drill. 9 PM. Lerner 510. Come snack with us, write with us, stress with us, laugh with us… Bring your pitches! We hope to see you all at tonight’s open meeting. Trust me, you won’t regret it. The Bwog fam has a whole lot of love to give. it is raining oh […]

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It’s hard to deny that New York is an expensive place – it seems as though, in order to do anything fun in the city, one must have unlimited time and money. Bwog strongly disagrees, and Staff Writer Jack Treanor is here to help with a fun, easy-to-follow itinerary that will save you money. 10:30 […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Or, if you prioritize your platonic relationships over all else, happy belated Galentine’s Day! Either way, we at Bwog are excited to celebrate with cookies, pitches, jokes, and plans for the upcoming week. Meet us in Lerner 505 at 7pm to join in the festivities. Bring your significant other if you […]

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Lovebirds, if you’re looking for a bad romance, Stefon Bwog knows just the event for you. Columbia’s hottest event is Halcyon Magazine’s Date Auction. When it comes to true love, this event has EVERYTHING: a honeymoon on the yacht from Wolf of Wall Street (maybe), abs (maybe), human fanny packs (likely), and Courtland Thomas (definitely). According to […]

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Today begins India’s elections, what will be the word’s largest democratic vote.  Democracy is, like, really cool. (NYT) The State Department lost $6b and can’t really say where it went.  Bureaucracy, it makes mistakes. (Gawker) Jeb Bush said in an interview on Fox News yesterday that crossing the border illegally can be “an act of love.”  Some […]

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This young couple in Afghanistan is willing to risk it all to be together. (NYT) LSD ain’t coke but it’s still one hell of a drug, seeing as it hasn’t been used in a scientific study for about 40 years… until now.  Far out. (Gawker) Colombia’s former president (no, not Eisenhower) has just been elected to […]

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Last month, the Columbia Alumni Association got real cute for Valentine’s Day, soliciting alumni for sweet, beautiful, poignant photographs and stories of their own “Columbia LOVE,” and they’re still taking submissions. We didn’t realize how damn adorable and old school they were until we perused the whole thing. The full photo albums can be found […]

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Congress has apparently decided that it won’t be passing serious legislation on privacy for the time being.  Instead, states will be responsible for making sure our search histories deepest darkest secrets aren’t available on the web.  (NYT) THE RED SOX WON THE WORLD SERIES. AGAIN.  (NYT but also do you live under a rock?) At least one […]

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In these times of trial and tribulation, we could all use a little lovin’— and a new service backed by Senior Week hopes to fulfill your long-overdue fantasies of commitment-less sexual encounters via the Internet! CUScramble allows anyone with a UNI (not just class of 2013!) to submit up to 13 UNIs of Columbians they always wanted […]

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We’re sure you’re counting down the hours until Valentine’s Day, but look no further, dear souls. Love is already all around us. The Pentagon gets romantic. (NY Times) Passion soars in Florida. (CBS) Two entities collide. (KTLA) A baby comes out of it all. (Washington Post) S/he grows up in a truly new era. (USA […]

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It’s not about what’s inside this Furnald single, but what’s on the trippy whiteboard on the door. That is, a violent mishmash of radicalism, socialism, and Labour.

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Chinese students just love American colleges, especially Grinnell. It’s okay though, we’re not jealous. They love Barnard, too! (NYT) It’s hard out here for NYC’s  single, successful women looking for love. There just aren’t enough men to go around! (City Room) Eating more carrots, leafy greens, and other foods high in carotenoids can make others find […]

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In this week’s Cooking with Bwog, resident culinary expert and quasi-mixologist Matt Powell shows you how to make love potions for Valentine’s Day out of the two most potent aphrodisiacs known to man—chocolate and alcohol! I may not be a mixologist, but I’ve always liked to experiment with different kinds of drink combinations. It probably […]

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True love may be foreign to The Blue and White, but the quest for it isn’t. Here we confess our hearts’ desires for the benefits of Columbia’s love-starved fops, aging professors, and resident perverts for whom the night has not yet been taken. Get inspired to submit your own personal! Seeking Men Anthro major seeks […]

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Need a special something for that special someone on a special budget? Let Bwog’s chocolatier extraordinaire Matt Powell show you how to make sweets for your sweetheart! We’re approaching that dreaded time of the year. It’s the most stressful time for a boyfriend— treating him/her to something special and out-of-the-ordinary, and of course finding the […]

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