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The Fictional Inventories Of Columbia Facilities

Bwog takes a detour into the world of fiction with this piece about the trials and tribulations of radiator checks. We imagined the strangest and most terrifying inventory lists that have probably come out of  unannounced room checks.  WIEN 754 Resident: not home Desk: cluttered Floor: wet Sink: ripped out of wall Rats: hostile CARMAN 468 […]

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Overseen: Stereotypes Go Out The Window

While Columbians might not be the most diehard of sports fans, it’s been pretty hard to ignore this year’s playoff hype. After all, we love a good debate. And at the very least, having New York’s very own Giants in the Super Bowl would offer us a rare opportunity for day-drinking. That’s why a tip […]

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Chronicles of Existentialism: Time Melts Away

“Glance into the world just as though time were gone: and everything crooked will become straight to you.”  -Friedrich Nietzsche

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