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Living With Fire

On Wednesday, Staff Writer Phoebe Lu attended a discussion between Professor Lisa Dale and The Tricentennial Project, where she learned about the challenges of managing wildfires in the American West.

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Forget how to eat pizza over break? Jon Stewart’s here to refresh your memory. (Time) Forget how to walk across the street? The NYPD want to make sure you’re not jaywalking. (Gothamist) Forget life exists above 125th? Columbia just opened a nature reserve in Inwood. (The Real Deal) Forget that the Super Bowl is coming […]

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Bwog wants to know what your living space was like this past summer. Were you back home? Staying in New York? Did you find yourself (abroad)? Send us a photo of your view or room before you move out, along with a brief description of where you were to tips@bwog.com. Katia S sent us the […]

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Bwog wants to know what your living space was like this past summer. Were you back home? Staying in New York? Did you find yourself (abroad)? Send us a photo of your view or room before you move out, along with a brief description of where you were to tips@bwog.com. Here’s one from Michael S., […]

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Bwog wants to know what your living space was like this past summer. Were you back home? Staying in New York? Did you find yourself (abroad)? Send us a photo of your view or room before you move out, along with a brief description of where you were to tips@bwog.com. This one comes from Victoria L, […]

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Bwog wants to know what your living space was like this past summer. Were you back home? Staying in New York? Did you find yourself (abroad)? Send us a photo of your view or room before you move out, along with a brief description of where you were to tips@bwog.com. This view comes from Gabrielle […]

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Bwog wants to know what your living space was like this past summer. Were you back home? Staying in New York? Did you find yourself (abroad)? Send us a photo of your view or room before you move out, along with a brief description of where you were to tips@bwog.com. This one comes from tipster […]

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Deep in the bowels of Pupin, mathematical notation holds Physics students tight in its rational grip. Though confined to windowless sun-deprived cells, these scientists secretly engage in renegade artistic expression.  Note the effervescent nature of the flowers and the anthropomorphic eggplant, so fleetingly sketched in chalk.

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Hawks and Trees

New Hawkmadinebwog contributor Courtney Douds takes us on a vicarious five-minute hike across campus, satisfying the urge for a walk in the woods without requiring anyone to get too cold. Most photographs of Hawkmadinejad depict more than just one fascinating species. For the arboreal enthusiasts whose interests have thus far been ignored, here is a map of […]

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This week’s to-dos are earlier than usual, but quite worthwhile. Monday Lecture with Shahid Naeem: On “Nature, Knowledge, and Our National Identity.”  Hosted by PrezBo and Brinkley.  6:15 PM @ Low Faculty Room. Tuesday President of Bolivia: Evo Morales Ayma is here to discuss democracy in the Americas.  10:00 AM @ Low Rotunda. Wednesday Politics […]

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Bwog went far and wide this fall break. From Paris to New Jersey to Bear Mountain to Brooklyn… well it was only four days, but Bwog made the most of it. Five weeks ago, you were taking your first midterm examinations; I was shopping for classes. This Monday and Tuesday, you were taking a break; […]

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Wild Turkey Chase!

The greatest narratives involve the pursuit of the unattainable. While Captain Ahab had Moby Dick, Bwog daily editor David Iscoe has a more humble aim: Befriend the turkey that lives in Morningside Park. Here, he recounts his foray into the wild. “Hey, what kind of bird is that?”   A man pushing a hand-truck down […]

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An Autumn musing

Bwog reader John Heffernan, GS ’76, sent us an odd little e-mail recently about butterflies. We didn’t give it a second thought, until one Bwogger, while reading in Morningside park, noticed a little fleck of orange fluttering by. And then another, walking back to Butler, and every now and then in the past few days. […]

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Spring transplanting

Even if a tree can’t grow in Morningside Heights, no problem–you can always stick another in the sidewalk. Instant cherry-blossom charm! Note: First person to make a SHOCC joke about this post gets their IP address banned from the site. For reals, ya’ll.

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