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It’s a good morning for our pal Mr. Bo: he’s just been appointed the Chairman of the New York Fed Board of Directors, movin’ on up from the title he currently holds, Deputy Chair. We know you’ll be awful busy, but we hope you still have time to chuckle at us when we sneak kegs […]

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College Days have officially begun, with the Opening Ceremony wrapping up a few minutes ago. There were treats to be had by all: two speakers, two a capella performances, and a lovely selection of croutons for snacks. Hopefully everyone waiting in line got a t-shirt–when Bwog was there, there were two separate lines from the […]

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With special guests Nuts 4 Nuts and (for the first time ever) Dean Moody-Adams, Sarah Camiscoli reports that this year’s Tree Lighting was a peaceful moment amidst a time of chaos for students who could make the time to attend. Once the a cappella Christmas carols were over and the high quality chocolate chip cookies […]

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Yes, tonight is a night unlike all other nights — it’s the Tree Lighting and Yule Log Ceremonies!  A school event blissfully bereft of refrains of “Roar, Lions, Roar!”, it will feature a capella performances, a chance to see Dean Moody Adams in the flesh, and free hot chocolate and apple cider aplenty.  Moody-Adams has […]

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Know what you’re going to be for Halloween? Neither do we. With three days to go, it’s time to give in and get serious—you’re not going to buck gender normativity this year, pal. But all is not lost, with this list of easy-to-find, last minute costumes. Hustle over to Ricky’s (you know you’ve always wanted […]

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On Monday night, CC Dean Michele Moody-Adams decided to mix up the traditional dean-student mixer by offering dinner and a movie. Official pizza correspondent Mahrah Taufique attended: Michele Moody-Adams – professor, writer, philosopher and now Dean of Columbia College and Vice President for Undergraduate Education – is doing her best to be far more approachable […]

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Dear readers, As you may know, Columbia’s gotten a few new bigwigs this semester, and for the first time, the administration’s letting us interview them. Yep, next week, we will be interviewing Provost Claude Steele, CC Dean Michelle Moody-Adams, and SEAS Dean Feniosky Pena-Mora. But rather than entrust the questions to our own journalistic abilities, […]

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Bwog is still searching its Cabinet of Cleverness for a new name for the expanded morning news post.  Share your ideas in the comments. Yesterday the Museum of the City of New York opened a new exhibit celebrating the city’s “ultimate movers and shakers” in the last 400 years.  But where is PrezBo in the […]

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 – An eager crowd awaits the band’s entrance If you missed Orgo Night, fret not – the show was recorded and will be available tomorrow on CUMB’s blog. Now, the Bwog review: After entering to the usual “Roar Lion Roar,” the Columbia University Marching Band noted that, due to the recession, this year’s show would […]

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 – Via the Cornell Chronicle An hour ago, Spec was forwarded an email from Dean Kevin Shollenberger announcing that Cornell Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education Michele Moody-Adams will be the next Dean of the College. Moody-Adams, who will replace the retiring Dean Austin Quigley, will be the first woman to hold the post. Moody-Adams (whose last […]

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