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CCSC: “Yeah, It Sounds Like a Sex Toy or Something”

CCSC met. Brian Wagner reports: • Learned started the meeting with a “REALLY CRITICAL VOTE” on which movie should win the Oscar for Best Picture. The results: “Okay, there were 10 votes for Inception and 8 votes for Black Swan, so Black Swan wins!” • Casino Night is this Friday. Bwog urges you to learn […]

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Free Food: JAMNESTY Style

If you’re craving free food with a humanitarian twist, head over CU Amnesty International’s JAMNESTY: Jamming with Amnesty tonight at 8 p.m. in Earl Hall. In addition to free food, there shall be music and general good times to be had, so Bwog suggests you check it out. Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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Classes By Any Other Name

Columbia already has too many damn acronyms, nicknames, and portmanteaus, but people just love coming up with more. This time, we’ve compiled a little list of classes out there that have been commonly referred to not by their actual course names, but by some other metonym. We like these, and it would do humanity a […]

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Free Food on the Schapatio!

As Bwog supports all events of portmanteau-origins, we feel obligated to alert you of free food on the Schapiro patio in celebration of its new greenification, courtesy of EcoReps. In addition to gratuitous delectables, the Facebook event promises live jazz music, sidewalk chalk mural drawing, and “other fun stuff.” Sounds like a blast! The excitement […]

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