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This afternoon, the Activities Board at Columbia (ABC) released the allocation decisions for approximately 160 student groups from the 2012-2013, 2013-2014, and 2014-2015 academic years in the form of a public Google Doc. This move comes on the heels of a decision made at ABC’s November Town Hall to “increase transparency” regarding the allocation of funds for […]

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64-year-old Diana Nyad swam from Florida to Cuba without a shark cage. You can remember her today as you make the harsh walk from you bed to your class. (ABC) Retired NBA player Dennis Rodman is heading to Pyongyang for a visit to his “friend” Kim Jong Un. Basically, Rodman’s basketball skills could save the […]

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The B-School announced today that they’d received a $100 million donation from businessman and philanthropist Ron Perelman. Perelman is part of the Board of Overseers for the B-School and serves as CEO and chairman of MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc., which that owns a ton of corporations—including the Revlon make-up company and Scantron, the company […]

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Every year, you pay over $1,300 in student life fees. You’re probably wondering where this money ends up. Bwog has already determined that most of it doesn’t go to Lerner Pub, ponchos, or the New York Times. So what does it go to? Thanks to CCSC all of our wonderful student councils, the administration has […]

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Bucket List represents the unbelievable intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this week are below and the full list is after the jump. Recommended “Governing the World: The Rise and Fall of an […]

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BwogSalon: Sanctum

Bwog has hopped, poked, and swiftly skimmed, but now we’re inviting other writers into the Bwog Bubble. We think there’s lots of fantastic campus journalism out there that sometimes slips under the radar. In the spirit of Enlightenment salons from centuries past, we present our newest feature, BwogSalon. Bwog asked the editors of each publication […]

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This summer, Columbia introduced the Financial Econ major, allowing undergrads to enroll in B-School classes (and perhaps partake in B-School bacchanalia) and inching Columbia a little closer to pre-professionalism. Today, that inch becomes a mile: the Center for Student Advising has just announced a Special Concentration in Business Management. You can apply here. The Concentration […]

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