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A Fictional Census of Morningside Heights

From our Mapril issue of The Blue & White, Maddy Kloss charts a map of where to find Morningside Heights’ best-known fictional characters. Click to enlarge in a popup window.

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From the Issue: Campus Gossip

A semester’s worth of overheards from the latest issue of The Blue & White! Prof. Paul Olsen, beginning his section of the Life Systems course: “Get out your clickers. It’s my first time, so be gentle. That didn’t exactly come out how I wanted.” ** Overheard in the Westside checkout line: Boy: “I feel like […]

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From the Issue: Paint by Neighborhoods

"Chashama works to help reinvigorate areas that used to be art hubs for the average people, for the community."

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From the Issue: Now Available to Chat

These Professor Gchat statuses are fake, but The Blue and White wishes they were real. Peter Awn: worshipping the albino marsupial that lives in the basement of Low Library Jenny Davidson: a sabbatical combining the acoustical elegance of the aphorism with the force and utility of the load-bearing, tractional sentence of a more or less […]

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Magazine Preview: The Oral History Research Office

Hannah Lepow reports on the world’s oldest Oral History library. Perched high up in the rafters of Butler Library, the Columbia Oral History Research Office is a resource known to few undergraduates but a Mecca for professional historians and writers. Along one wall runs a shelf of books by authors ranging from Robert Caro to […]

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From the Issue: Postcard from Morningside

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From the Issue: Blue Notes

Michael Adame takes a ride in the Dental Van of  Upper Manhattan. When confronted earlier this year with new accusations of steroid use, Yankees powerhouse Alex Rodriguez kept his mouth shut—an ironic move for a man whose concern for open mouths all over New York led him to donate $250,000 last July to Columbia’s Community […]

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Magazine Preview: Hamilton Hellivator

Nina Pedrad takes a ride in the Hamilton elevator and then makes up a story about it for The Blue and White. It’s fiction! You wanna know how it happened, gumshoe? It was daytime and I was late (typical). Packing those snacks for the subway always turns into AP Ziploc Baggies. My low heels bolted […]

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Magazine Preview: Our Village Voice

Students have a real power that is often unrealized. Talk about issues, talk about things you want changed, and then go do something about it.

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Magazine Preview: Sunil Gulati’s Double Life

The latest issue has hit campus!  Look for it in most dorms and public spaces.  Today, Bwog Editor Emeritus Jim Downie investigates the other half of Sunil Gulati’s life. It’s a beautiful August day in Mexico City. The temperature is a balmy 78 degrees; the lung-choking smog is blown away by a cool breeze. In […]

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Magazine Preview: Down for the Count

"When you live with someone who quit you are also affected. They are seen as potentially poisonous. I like to call them 'Team Cancer.'"

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Magazine Preview: Melissa Repko, Campus Character

You might not know the following figure–but you should.  In Campus Characters, The Blue and White introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things and whose stories beg to be shared.  If you’d like to suggest a Campus Character, send us an email at editors@theblueandwhite.org. ”After Buffalo, anything was […]

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Magazine Preview: The Politics of Gateway’s Redesign

"The class was so ineffectively done that I felt cheated out of the class I was supposed to have taken--the class in the course description."

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Magazine Preview: The Vault at 1020

The Blue and White investigates everything you left at the bar last weekend. “It’s just like an Ivy League Eugene O’Neill play,” says Tim Monaghan of the trails of lost luxuries left behind weekly by Columbia students. While bartending 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., Monday to Thursday, Monaghan witnesses students leave behind everything from keys […]

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Mag Preview: Sue Yang, Campus Character

You might not know the following figures–but you should [Ed note: well, you all know this one.] In Campus Characters, The Blue and White introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things and whose stories beg to be shared.  If you’d like to suggest a Campus Character, send […]

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