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Bwoglines: Admissions Edition

What’s Happening In The World: A fire in a Russian mall killed at least 64 people, including 41 children. Several thousands of protesters have gathered to protest in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, many of them calling for Putin and other Russian officials to resign over the disaster. (BBC) What’s Happening In The Country: Twelve states have […]

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Tensions Rise As CUCR Holds Speaker Event

Students and city residents protested a Columbia University College Republicans event tonight featuring alt-right leader and Pizzagate conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich, culminating in the alleged arrest of a student protester. This event follows a similar talk by Tommy Robinson, which was met with protests for which several students are now facing disciplinary action. Hosted by […]

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Bwoglines: Can You Hear Me, God? Edition

Bernie cut staffers (yikes! job loss) and Ted named Carly Fiorina as his running mate (yay! women in politics!) today. Plus, Donald gave his first foreign policy address after winning big in Tuesday primaries. (NY Times) The NYPD announced charges against 120 gang members and affiliates in the North Bronx yesterday. It could be the […]

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Bwoglines: [Insert Enemy Here] Ain’t Sh** Edition

Pope Francis called Donald Trump a heathen –suggested Trump was un-Christian, due to the presidential candidate’s stance on Mexico, but we’re pretty sure most of Donald’s other opinions are also effed up. (NY Times) Apple is fighting the FBI, and might win. The feds possess a dead terrorist’s encrypted phone that they can’t unlock, and […]

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Chokehold In Carman

This afternoon, Bwog received the following anonymous tip in regards to an incident outside of Carman Hall: Spotted around 11:40 AM A safety guard and a Carman 5 resident in an intense physical fight outside Carman. Student (shirtless) tries to flee is pursued and subsequently attacked by guard. Trail of 4 or 5 other guards […]

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Protesters And Police Take Morningside Heights

Protest of the Eric Garner case decision released tonight, focused on Amsterdam and 113th, was met with rapid police action. There have been swarms of news helicopters, emergency vehicles, and cop cars in the area. We began to receive tips just before 11 PM tonight, and will continue to update with photos and video from […]

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Bwoglines: Get Political Edition

President Obama has officially taken a stand on net neutrality. It’s good to know the President wants all websites treated equally. About the Internet: “…it has been one of the most democratizing influences the world has ever known.” (LA Times) Japan and China are still on uncertain terms with each other, but Prime Minister Shinzo […]

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SIPA Professor Attacked

Prabhjot Singh, associate professor of international and public affairs at SIPA, was attacked in an incident that the NYPD is investigating as a hate crime. According to the HuffPo, Singh—a Sikh who wears a turban—was walking along east 110th street. At 8:15 pm on Saturday night, “[a]n unknown suspect or suspects shouted anti-Muslim statements, knocked the […]

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Man Shot on 123rd and Amsterdam

According to an email that Public Safety just sent out to the “ALLCU_MS” listserv, a man was shot on 123rd street and Amsterdam: Dear Member of the Morningside Community, Police activity 123 St and Amsterdam Ave non-affiliate male shot avoid the area. Update to follow. Check back on this post for further coverage as the situation […]

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Incident on 116th and Amsterdam

On a walk back from 1020 at around 1 last night, a Bwogger noticed an ambulance on the corner.  After initially shrugging it off as a CAVA, closer inspection revealed this was a different scene: NYPD was there and there was a grown man on the ground with a neck brace.  The man was, in […]

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Man Shot On Amsterdam

This morning, CU Pub Safe sent out email and text notifications that a man was shot in the leg on Amsterdam between 119th and 120th late last night at around 3 am.  The man was not affiliated with Columbia and was taken to St. Luke’s with non-life-threatening injuries.  The shooter fled into Morningside Park.  NYPD […]

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Crack Del Crackdown!

Weeping echoes across the entire Columbia campus as we receive tips that Crack Del has been shut down for selling alcohol to minors. Tipsters report that the building is surrounded by cops and upset freshmen. If you have any info about our beloved Crack Del’s demise, send it to tips@bwog.com. Update, 1:17 am: A tipster sent […]

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NYPD on Barnard’s Campus

Public Safety is blocking off access to the Barnard Hall annex, and NYPD detectives are inside the building. Bwog understands that the building is full of dance studios and classroom space. Barnard’s Director of Media Relations, Sun Min, told Bwog that she cannot comment on the ongoing investigation. We’ll update as the story develops.

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Body Found at 116th in Riverside Park

A dead body was found hanging from a tree in Riverside Park this evening, between 115th and 116th. An NYPD officer on the scene told Bwog that the body belongs to a man in his thirties who is unaffiliated with Columbia. A person passing through the park noticed the body and alerted the police around 7:45 […]

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Suspect Arrested for 122nd Street Execution

Update, 6/25 12:00 pm: Nunez has admitted to police that he is the guy on the surveillance video, according to the Daily News. The NYPD arrested Roberto Nunez at 8 this morning on suspicion of June 7th’s triple homicide. Nunez, 30, is a convicted felon. He can be seen walking away from the blood-spattered BMW in […]

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