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Name That Class!

Happily trudging along through your finals, thinking you’re a hotshot? (Don’t answer; that was rhetorical.) You may be a whiz in your own classes, but how well do you know others? We’ve compiled a bunch of inane slides and textbook quotes from an assortment of classes—can you guess which ones? Click below to start, and […]

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Columbia Cranagrams

Unscramble the answers to the following crossword clues to find common Columbia phrases, people, and places. If you want to procrastinate more, read the rest of the September issue of The Blue and White on Bwog. A. Llooks llike a camel: _ _ _ _ _ Most popular salad dressing in the U.S.: _ _ […]

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Guide to the Weekend

The countdown is on.  Nothing will get done. Just get out there with insidenewyork. Last Bummer Summer (ha!) PARTY! Come bounce to Indie-Electronica group MKNG FRNDZ, trip on visual Art by Death Bear, and bask in the wit and talent of performing host Ojay Morgan. Open bar and kissing booth all night for the cost […]

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Best of Bwog 2006

Bwog has been engaging in some self reflection of late. It’s been an amazing semester, with some highlights you definitely saw, and others you may have missed. Huge shout outs to all our sharp-eyed tipsters, and the delinquents who don’t have anything better to do than contribute to absurdly long comment strings. You make us […]

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