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If you feel Columbia’s burgeoning hip hop scene is too reliant on irony and faux-misogyny, look no further than tonight’s politically charged “Born in Flames” concert at Roone Arledge Auditorium in Lerner. Students for Justice in Palestine (along with a plethora of other groups, including Lucha, Columbia ISO, B.S.O., Radical C.U.N.T.S., Freedom School, Asian American Alliance, S.E.E.J., […]

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Today, while doing important reporter-y things and combing reputable news sources for the next big scoop, Bwog received an unexpected call to arms. Mattingly, the lovable boxer who came to relieve stress on campus during finals, needs our help! He and his person are competing for a chance to walk in New Yorkie Runway, a charitable event that raises […]

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O tempore, o mores! Oh “Grannies for Peace” mingling with black-scarved anarchists! Oh one-block marches and celebrity speakers! Yesterday, three chartered buses of Columbia students made the trek down to Washington, D.C. to participate in a massive anti-Iraq war troops “surge,” anti-Bush march. The march, which was organized by the activist group United for Peace and […]

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