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How Does the Government Work Though?

In addition to telling you who are the best writers and journalists of every shape and size in the world, the J-School is now going to turn a critical eye to the workings of the American government. Columbia Journalism School announced yesterday the creation of The New York World, a publication that will “provide New […]

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QuickNOW!HERE

WHO!WHAT? WHEN? No, silly, it’s NOW!HERE, Columbia’s own undergraduate journal of world travel featuring articles, photos and art inspired by the international experiences of Columbia students. It’s now here (get it?). The choice reads: Ireland: “We’re like a petulant college student.” Hitchhiker fiction! Holland isn’t quite like you imagine it. The Jersey Shore isn’t, either. […]

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Obama’s 1983 Student Magazine Article

Better late than never: one week before his inauguration, an article Barack Obama wrote for the now-defunct campus magazine The Sundial has finally surfaced in full on Politico. The article had first been excerpted in the class notes section of Columbia College’s alumni magazine’s November/December issue. Written in the spring of 1983, just months before […]

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Columbia’s Publication Scene is Now Complete

A big Bwog welcome to C-Spot, “a new erotic review produced by Columbia students,” which we delightedly noticed on stands yesterday. This campus has been bereft of an honest-to-god sex magazine since the short life of Outlet–which never even ended up in print, and is sadly no longer available online–as has Harvard, whose flash-in-the-pan H-Bomb […]

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Lecture Hop: Crying Out Loud for Consilience

In which Bwog Lecture Hop Editor Pierce Stanley ventures into the cavernous confines of Low Library to corroborate the commotion sparked by last night’s launch of Columbia’s newest journal of Sustainable Development, Consilience. As the beat of African drums flittered through the four corners of Low Library last night, a diverse score of Columbia students, […]

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CUSJ Antics Far Funnier Than CUSJ Content

The Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal has fired another salvo in their ongoing feud against Jester, claiming responsibility for the recent disappearance of 700 issues of the most recent Jester issue. They’ve placed the once-missing issues all over campus, and attached a message: “Jester Promotes Scientific Fallacies.” The full-page manifesto contains many of the CUSJ grievances, a […]

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Eclectica, Ephemera

The first issue of Eclectica Esoterica – the magazine that features your weirdest, wildest, and generally most interesting papers – is out. Bwog inaugurates the new publication with a customary quicking (since the magazine is in PDF format, all links point to the same source). MF Doom, meet linguistics (p. 4) Zen and the art of […]

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FOB (Friend of Bwog) BW graphics editor, Tablet Editor-in-Chief, and all-around badass Jerone Hsu has a new project. Says he: “There is a brand new publication at Columbia as of this semester. With any luck (and hopefully with your assistance), we can put together something quite unlike anything else that currently exists on campus. The […]

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Meter Money

Our source sez: The New Yorker poetry department receives over 1,000 submissions every week. Each of these is destined to be lovingly rejected by an intern, usually a Columbia grad student, with a carefully handwritten note. It’s understandable then that sometimes things get backed up. Really backed up. According to one of the interns, there […]

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QuickCurrent

The Midwest? Isn’t that somewhere around Lincoln Center? Saving the earth, one co-opted capitalist at a time. Larry David—not funny enough to be Jewish. SEEJies triumph, wish they could have barricaded Low. Naked partiers of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but the ability to pass each other normally on the sidewalk ever […]

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QuickMags

You may have noticed the piles of glossy paper gracing newsstands in recent days. We in the publications world think alike, which means that Columbians have to stomach us all at once. Unfortunately, none of them have posted their current issues online, but Bwog thought it would give them some airtime anyway. From Ad Hoc, […]

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Now THAT’s Humorous!

Taped to SGO doors in Lerner: Jester No distr. today – magazines did not come Tomorrow? Bwog was hoping that Jester would arrive today But it will survive Can’t wait? Check out the new issue online!

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