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Reviving an old Bwog concept, we’re compiling the best—to the worst—of Columbia this past year. See where your victories and failures rank on our Power Rankings. The end of the year brings many fortunes for Columbia’s most visible groups. While the promise of a bright future invigorates new student groups and initiatives, the lull of […]

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Big things are always shaping up on the Barnard Quad. This week that big thing is the newly formed Legend of Korra Viewing Club, held weekly in the Sulz 8 lounge. Legend of Korra is the offshoot of popular Nickelodeon anime series Avatar: The Last Airbender. As one participant’s mother aptly exclaimed, in reaction to […]

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Bwog diligently follows up on the Mario Kart tournament previously announced on its very pages. Friday night was a veritable throw-down/show-down of epically nerdy scale. Eight players, united by Bwog, gathered in a Ruggles suite to flaunt their mastery of a game they’d been playing since elementary school. Mario Kart, perhaps the most beloved game […]

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Hurry! From 6-9 tonight, the Blue Key Society hosts a competitive, campus wide Spelling Bee in the Wien Lounge.  ROAR, LION, ROAR! [Results after the jump!] For almost every student, Spellcheck is an indispensable tool. Thanks to Bill Gates and his brainchild, Microsoft Word, the once tedious process of editing a paper for spelling errors […]

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This week’s question for Bwog comes from Daily Editor David Iscoe who wants to know if hitting an electronic device such as a computer is a good way to get it to work? David requests an engineer’s advice. Lucikly, webmaster Zach van Schouwen was on hand to answer David’s question. “The master walks in to […]

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This editorial is tagged as “hope” and “Star Wars” The fictional kids that the fictional Albus Dumbledore taught at their completely made up school don’t have to worry that their fictional teacher is going to fake sexually harass them.   “Violence is like selling motherfucking hot flowers.” For a lot of us, this title is an […]

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As far as aliens, UFOs, the Kennedy assassination, God and the NBA draft lottery are concerned, the poster says it all: I want to believe. I want to credit The Conspiracy with Patrick Ewing’s 15 brilliant years as a New York Knick. But Mulder had it right: be lief and doubt are so closely intertwined […]

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Noah Corwin writes in to say… Arrg! I almost forgot (um…avast) that it is Talk Like a Pirate Day. Yes, it is a geek thing, like Pi Day (3/14), Mole Day (10/23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m.), Towel Day, Darwin Day, and Friday (well maybe not Friday). And while we’re on the topic of […]

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