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Field Notes: Fall Break Cannot Come Sooner Edition

With mid-terms coming to a close, the cool air blowing in and everyone desperate for Fall Break, Bwog reflects on a weekend of paying debts and placing bets on who is over class work the most.  Too bored for real work: I also joined a men’s shaving club while procrastinating a paper. Pregamed homecoming at 8am at […]

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AltSpec: Six Degrees (and Soros)

Columbians and their associates spent the last week expounding their well-honed opinions on everything.  From the Core and finance we find ourselves traipsing across a vast field of subjects, much like Frontiers.  Raised on words, we now present AltSpec: The Epic Narrative.  Photo via phys.ufl.edu Bwog’s favorite horn-rimmed glasses wearer Andrew Delbanco sounded off about […]

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Asleep at the Wheel

A few days ago, Bwog was walking near the corner of 120th St and Amsterdam when we observed a police officer—a man by the name of Ma, presumably of the 26th Precinct—writing a parking ticket for a sporty black sedan.  We didn’t think too much of it, until we got closer and noticed that the […]

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