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The September issue of The Blue and White is on newsstands (that is, around campus) and also online!  Some highlights: Hot weather necessitates hot weather music. Cheating may or may not end you up in hot water. Wisdom from a guy whose job puts him under fire. Campus characters who light up Columbia’s theatre and […]

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The Blue and White’s February/March issue is now online! From the issue: Columbia and internet start-ups: two tastes that don’t go well together. Remember, Hitch did go to Columbia… Memories of far-flung homes, including Jack Daniel’s in Tennessee and guns in San Antonio. If only bureaucrats liked the idea of going undercover… And: a church without […]

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The November issue of The Blue and White is on racks near you! This month, we went abroad, into Morningside, and outside of conventional history. The only feature that combines public nudity in Japan with being a Mormon in France (plus music and food from Argentina, Russia, and Turkey). The chain store invades Morningside Heights. Imagine […]

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This first issue of The Blue and White was made with Columbia’s newest inhabitants in mind. Dearest overachievers: perhaps the humanities is not the way to go for that A+… If you came to Columbia in search of fat cats, look no further. They are at the top of student government and the campus music […]

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The final Blue and White of the year is now on newsstands near you, and it’s a very exciting double issue. But because we know you don’t want to have to get up—thus forfeiting whatever prime Butler real estate you managed to snag—we’ve gone ahead and Quick’ed it for your enjoyment.    Valuable advice, from […]

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The March issue of the Blue and White has hopefully come to a dorm or class building near you. It’s also here in cyberspace—some highlights: Katie Reedy unravels the intricacies of Columbia’s MEALAC department A group of outer-borough parents gives their kids an invaluable leg-up in the world of warehouse parties One daring B&W correspondent […]

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The February issue of the Blue and White is hitting your newsstand right now! If you don’t feel up to an elevator ride, though, it’s also available on the web. Here’s some highlights. Interested in the tenure process? Do you understand baseball at least as well as a Little Leaguer? Let us help. Finally, video […]

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Near fisticuffs! Veritas vs. Tarantino Double Backwards Meta: Bwog links to a Blue and White article about a blog devoted to the The New Yorker.  The 20th Century: A Blue and White Retrospective of… The 1920s and today: Drinking liberally The 1950s and today: Worshipping liberally The 1950s: Still drinking liberally

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In just two days, you can have your very own copy of the Blue and White’s November issue. Until then, amuse yourself with some online highlights of the magazine:  Epidemiologist who is “not some crazy yahoo” prepares Columbia for outbreaks of Bird Flu, SARS, West Nile Virus, Bubonic Plague They say the neon lights are […]

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Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, the print issue will be here. Meanwhile, you can read the whole thing, in all its drugged-out glory, online!  Welcome to the Dollhouse…with crack  Bet you didn’t know that college students abuse substances Well they do You just wish your freshman floor was this interesting  Bowie-tacular  Robert Thurman gets whitey 

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To the left, to the left, The Blue and White September issue in the box to the left (and on newsstands tomorrow!). They blinded us with science Tutors are the new nannies So people actually use Lion Laundry? D.C. Interns have come a long way since Monica Lewinsky 1020 — a family joint  

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If you unfortunately needed to bolt without picking up our latest issue, here are highlights from the clickable version: Religion? In education? Better believe it… Helfand’s baby, in for a checkup Facebook: So much more than a procrastination device Guide to obscure museums…like really obscure museums. Some lovely verses

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We meant to get this to you before break, but as with many ambitious plans overlapping with midterms, this one failed. Until now! Behold, highlights from the March Issue: Global Thought: it might actually do something Life as you know it nearly came to an end. OK, just your web surfing, same difference. Behind the […]

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Huzzah! The February issue is online, on this very website, and in fact the link that is linked here is also on the left of your page. Anti-Oppression Training: The Non-Bullshit Kind of Training Sachs Heroic Again Terra Cognita (study abroad): Russia, France, China, Chile, Ancient Greece?, Egypt, Here The Original Title Already Has a […]

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Did you hear about that Minutemen thing? College TV – it’s boring! College Radio – it’s unheard of! Hidden Restaurants – they’re hidden! Daniel Okrent – he’s wacky! Video Games – wait what?

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