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If you’re one of those Columbians still sitting around in your ninja costume and roller blades, whining about how you can’t get a summer internship (or girlfriend, see: possession of ninja costume and rollerblades), whine no longer! Just head over to northeast campus and find the grad student who’s waiting patiently, tapping his ninja star […]

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In which anonymous Tipster reports mysterious Figure. Last night, around midnight, I saw a mysterious figure putting up these posters around campus. When I asked her what they were all about, she said that she likes to “jump around the roofs of Hartley” and is looking for a sidekick to accompany her. When I asked […]

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Ninjas on campus! Bwog tipster Shannon Donnelly marvels: As I was crossing College Walk at 6:30 this evening, I came across at least a hundred Martial Arts blackbelts. They were all lined up in their white uniforms and black belts, looking very fierce despite the persistant rain. Because I don’t have the Zen training necessary […]

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