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From the Issue: The Scintillating Death of Stanford White

The summer issue of The Blue & White has introduced you to Brian Greene, an underworld on fire, and Westside ninjas. Now, in the final of three Bluenotes, our field notes from campus, senior editor Claire Sabel scandalizes us with the liebestod of one of the university’s architects. It’s material that genuinely earnest tour guides […]

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From the Issue: Centralia, PA

If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights. You’re still reading Bwog after all, June be damned! This Last month’s Measure for Measure, the magazine’s literary section, features an essay from first-time contributor Diana Clarke, […]

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From the Issue: The Whisper Gallery

The May issue of The Blue & White serves up a doubleheader of Butler-themed Bluenotes. You can read below about the Soviet imagery of the lobby’s mural, in the companion feature from the magazine’s curious field notes. Here, staff writer Chris Brennan tackles an aural and architectural phenomenon. The residents of Butler can be a […]

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From the Issue: The Butler Mural

It may be June, but the May issue of The Blue & White lives on. In Bluenotes, the magazine staff explore those smaller oddities of our campus and neighborhood, which catch our eyes from time to time. This month, the gazes of two staff writers were particularly caught by Butler Library (you don’t say?!) First […]

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From the Issue: Josh Faber

But wait, there’s more! The Blue & White’s May issue continues, with the first of our Campus Characters. This feature introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things. This month staff writer Matthew Schantz gets to know Josh Faber, GS’12. Josh Faber, GS’12, known by some as “the […]

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From the Issue: Guardians of the Gouda

If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights on Bwog. The interview with Brian Greene and musings on metabolism are only the beginning, there’s much more to come! This month, senior editor Sylvie Krekow recounts […]

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From the Issue: Should You Move?

If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights on Bwog. In “At Two Swords’ Length” two writers take opposing sides of a truly contentious collegiate issue and duke it out with their sheer wits. This […]

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From the Issue: Take the Staten Island Railroad to Tottenville

We may be on vacation, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t continue to post from the summer issue of the The Blue & White. You might also be interested in our conversation with physicist Brian Greene and a graduation-themed Postcard from Morningside—keep an eye out for the rest of the magazine in the coming […]

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From the Issue: Postcard from Morningside

If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights on Bwog. Read about the shockingly sincere history of Barnard’s Greek Games, an interview with the renowned physicist Brian Greene, and forthcoming is a a harrowing (and […]

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From the Issue: Mythic Tradtion

We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: a harrowing (and fictional) account of the muscles that guard the cheeses at Westside , a strikingly beautiful account of […]

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From the Issue: The Elegant Physicist

We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: a harrowing (and fictional) account of the muscles that guard the cheeses at Westside , the shockingly sincere history of Barnard’s Greek Games, and a […]

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From the Issue: Learned Foote

We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: the shockingly sincere history of Barnard’s Greek Games, a conversation with the elegant physicist Brian Greene, a strikingly beautiful account of a trek into Pennsylvania […]

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