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From the November issue of The Blue and White, we bring you a piece about the growth of chain stores in Morningside Heights written by Lydia DePillis, James Downie, and Eliza Shapiro. Hard copies will be on the (nonexistent) racks on Monday! “How many banks do you need on one block?” asked Morningside Heights Assemblyman […]

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Campus Character: Jeffrey Hunter Northrop II By Alexander Statman, Illustration by Maxine Keyes Wise men have said that what is closest is also most distant. So for social and holistic learning, I sought a teacher as widely known as he is little understood.  From the hallowed halls of Butler to the fertile fields  of the […]

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The March issue is headed off to the printers, and you’ve already left for spring break. Still, please enjoy this preview feature from the next BLUE AND WHITE: A look at Brooklyn’s next wave of debauchery. 24 Month-Old Party People Rubulad, the infamous bi-monthly debauch at an apartment-building-turned-commune in the badlands of Brooklyn, is a […]

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The February issue is nigh, but a teaser is hither. You may have seen them walking together down Low steps, just a hair’s length closer than the average pair of professional colleagues. Maybe you sat next to them at Brownie’s, the architecture school’s classy alternative to Ferris Booth, as they nibbled on croissants and talked […]

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It’s coming! We promise! Meanwhile, one more teaser, from our Parisian correspondent Sumaiya Ahmed.  I keep thinking about the hot pink curtains Benoite puts up for wintertime, how she changes them to white for spring. The pink matches the flowers on her balcony, the cyclamens I brought her from a marché the other day. The […]

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The December issue will be here soon, hopefully before you all scatter for the holidays. For now, a little teaser while you wait. Margot at the Wedding Directed by Noah Baumbach 93 minutes Now playing   It’s hard to miss the academic snobbery of Noah Baumbach’s characters in Margot at the Wedding. In his follow-up […]

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The December issue is getting printed somewhere, and meanwhile, a little feature to keep your spirits up.  Emilie Rosenblatt, CC’ 08, is of average height and build, unassumingly pretty with straight brown hair and fair skin. In her daily uniform of jeans, a hoodie, and a tank top, at first glance she could be in […]

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The October issue–featuring drugs, 80s movies, and freshman nostalgia–is somewhere between here and New Jersey. While you wait, here’s a profile from Andrew Flynn. “What do Germans think when they think of bread?” Alonzo digresses from an erudite defense of poetry from the ravages of philosophy, aided by the words of Walter Benjamin on pain […]

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The print magazine is rushing here from New Jersey–until it arrives, here’s another teaser from B&W Culture Editor Paul Barndt. Art by Shaina Rubin. The French Evolution: Race, Politics, and the 2005 Riots, works by Alexis Peskine Museum of Contemporary African Diasporic Arts 80 Hanson Place, Brooklyn Directions: Take the downtown 2/3 to Atlantic Avenue […]

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As you desperately attempt to fill your brain with the Art Hum knowledge you’ve been neglecting all term, know that there is a light at the end of this exam-ridden tunnel – the print issue, which drops Monday. Herein, Addison Anderson performs a textual analysis of your drunken bullshit. Great Minds Drink Alike Abstract: My […]

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In which Bwog continues in its fine tradition of shamelessness and provides you with a sneak-peek at our upcoming issue.  In this installment, Addison Anderson takes on Columbia’s newest Guilty Pleasure: The Gates. Soap Dispensable When The Blue and White discovered that CTV was launching a new soap opera, The Gates, we rued the limitations […]

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In which Bwog shamelessly plugs the November issue of the Blue and White, beginning with Paul Barndt’s review of a video game several orders of magnitude wimpier than Grand Theft Auto, for all you Election Day shut-ins. Bully Rockstar Games Playstation 2 $39.99 Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto III is the Star Wars (Episode IV) […]

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A few things that Bwog noticed on the Columbia Homepage this morning: – Rich man (Bill Gates) gives another rich man’s (Warren Buffett) money to a third rich man (Jeff Sachs) to, eventually, help poor – Administration puff paper takes note of Bwog idea, interviews faculty bloggers Also, two of our favorite banners from the […]

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