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Is this postapus affixed on a bulletin board on Schermerhorn 3 a sadistic psych experiment or just the creation of some clever human with too much time on their hands? Rumor has it the eyes follow you as you walk down the hall. We are left to speculate on the octopus’ internal monologue: Does this octopus […]

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Bwog’s very own David Hu, SEAS ’13, recently created OwlPrinters.com, a site showing the availability of printers and public computers around Columbia’s campus. Bwog caught up with dear David outside our non-existent headquarters and forced him to answer some questions. 1. What does Owl Printers do for me, the clueless, printerless student? Owl Printers lets […]

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