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The time has come again for us to announce the winners of our Annual Halloween Costume & Pumpkin Carving Contests! The winners are… First Place Costume: Salmon in Columbia Boy Shorts From our winner’s email: “I’m probably not the first girl to print out Keanu Ross-Cabrera’s profile picture in Hartley Computer Lab, but at least […]

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Bwog’s pumpkin carving Halloween contest is in high gear, and it appears that Columbia is home to some fine artists. The prizes for first, second, and third place for each contest are two sixers, a slice of Koronet’s pizza, and a cup of Butler Café coffee, respectively. Submissions are due tomorrow night before the clock […]

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Today is the last day to buy a pumpkin, spend an hour carving something cool into it, clean up all the pumpkin guts, and then submit the gourd-eous result. But if you do it, and do it really well, you might win some free holiday-themed beer! Sounds like a worthwhile deal to us. There are […]

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We showed off the first two entries to our Pumpkin Carving Contest last night, and now we present four more. The first submission by Sonia Bansal we’d like to see turned into emoticons in the comments section. The next submission—”Pumpkin Brew” by Dan Matlock, was inspired by the Atlanta Brewing Company. The next photo is of […]

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We’ve received the first crop of entries for our first ever Pumpkin Carving Contest! Emily Kwong admirably met the challenge of the PrezPumkin, and the men’s lightweight crew emblazoned some team spirit. The rules are pretty simple: you need to take a pumpkin, carve it, and then combust something inside of it such that it […]

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It’s that time of year! As the end of midterms slowly crawls closer, we’re just a week away from Halloween. This past weekend, the Marching Band carved these pumpkins for the Dartmouth-Columbia football game in Hanover (one of several clashes with the Big Green this past week). To help you get in the holiday spirit, […]

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