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The songs that play on a loop during move-in always seem to set the tone for the rest of the semester. So far, we’ve heard this sequence: “Caught Up” – Usher, which transitioned to “Rehab”- Amy Winehouse, which was abruptly and awkwardly stopped during the “class…shot glass” line and changed to something by Frank Sinatra. […]

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Reflecting the noble efforts of its students, redefining the known world in experimental breakthroughs and subversive anthropology theses alike, Bwog has recently come upon a couple examples of Columbia’s own willingness to fight the dominant paradigm. Follow our earth-shattering eye to… The World of Pop Culture: According to Metro (New York’s #1 newspaper…in contributing to […]

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Up-and-coming quirky singer-songwriter Nellie McKay often writes songs with political messages, but it was brought to our attention that on her latest album, Pretty Little Head, she has some harsh words for Columbia and its students. Apparently the lyrics are about monkey-abuse, but here they are for your own dissection:  “Columbia is Bleeding” Another day […]

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