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Staff-Writer-turned-Spelunker Henry Golub totally explored Columbia’s tunnel system and lived to tell the tale. He also likes inflating his word count and eating burritos. Beneath Columbia’s campus—below Spec’s lair—lies an extensive tunnel system where the school used to run maze experiments on NYU students. Few people have since entered the labyrinth, but those who have […]

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CCSC Is Unanimous

Bureau Chief Nadra Rahman is blown along by easy breezes in the Satow Room, as harsh winds, in the form of heated words, have yet to hit CCSC.  Last night’s meeting of CCSC was uncharacteristically peaceful, with many a unanimous vote. The most pressing matter on the agenda was passing proposed, uncontroversial amendments for CCSC […]

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And just when you thought Carman could not get more ratchet! Thanks to an anonymous, Columbia Housing might actually clean up this real life haunted house. This is beyond Mr. Clean. Yesterday, Bwog received a tip confirming what we all knew in our first-year hearts to be true anyway: Carman has mold. You can read […]

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