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Quarto, Columbia’s Undergraduate Journal of Creative Writing, releases its sixty-third annual issue tonight! To celebrate, they’re having a launch party from 9 to 11 pm in 501 Dodge complete with free food of the fancy cheese/sparkling apple juice variety. They also made this funky video (below) of people making triangles with their hands and/or scribbling things. […]

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If you’re anything like Bwog, you awoke with a start* this morn’ upon remembering that finals aren’t just the stuffs of romcom CW sitcoms—they’re very real, and they’re happening. For some, as early as Friday. But before resigning yourself to getting that weird low-cal tofu cream cheese on your Nussbaum bagel, just to feel something, […]

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In preparation for the release of their first trailer, Bwog’s Art Editor Extraordinaire sat down with the cast and production team of V Show 118 to get a little more intimate. A transcript of what ensued follows. This year’s show runs from 4/27 to 4/29, and tickets are on sale at the TIC. Bwog: How […]

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Kind of on the fence about lending a hand to your fellow man? Columbia Community Outreach wonders—would it help if you got a free tee-shirt? No? Uh… how about a pair of sunglasses? Free breakfast? Free pizza, you say? Done. CCO’s promo vid misses the mark—after all, nothing says, “I’m an altruist,” like a video […]

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