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2010: Columbia Was Infamous!

Columbia makes four (six if you include two counts of James Franco) of The Times‘ 110 Things New Yorkers Talked About in 2010. Averaged (kinda), this makes us the 71st most talked about thing, up there with 4Loko, and the fact that ‘BFF’ is now in the dictionary. Here are our rather sordid claims to […]

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Semester in Review: The Semester That Wasn’t

It’s New Year’s Eve! But before you go popping the champagne corks, strap in for an announcement and a look back at the last semester of the Aughties/Naughties/Zeroes. First, starting tomorrow, former daily editor and current magazine senior editor Eliza Shapiro, CC ’12, will be taking over as Bwog editor; joining her as deputy will […]

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