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Bwog Meeting Tonight!

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Or, if you prioritize your platonic relationships over all else, happy belated Galentine’s Day! Either way, we at Bwog are excited to celebrate with cookies, pitches, jokes, and plans for the upcoming week. Meet us in Lerner 505 at 7pm to join in the festivities. Bring your significant other if you […]

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Bwoglines: “The Greatest Thing Since…” Edition

CANNED BEER: check out this history of the official container of real college’s official drink. (The Daily) VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE AND SKYLINE VIEWS: Bwog knows it’s never too early to start thinking about Valentine’s Day plans (or to start repressing these same thoughts), so why not a private dinner and rooftop pool swim at the Peninsula […]

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Bwoglines: Endings Edition

Facebook is moving ever closer to its long-awaited IPO, rumored to value the company at over $100 billion. (WSJ) It has recently been announced that Lana Peters, Joseph Stalin’s only daughter, died of colon cancer in Wisconsin on November 22, 2011. (BBC) The AMR corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, has filed for Chapter […]

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Stupendous Skies

Wasn’t it a beautiful night?

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Storybook Romance in London—and Morningside Heights!

Today is the greatest day in the world—the day the noble Prince William marries his college sweetheart, the “commoner” Kate Middleton. It’s a story of love triumphing over society that has captured the hearts of Brits, admirers of royalty, and of course the media, from British tabloids and American gossip mags to the New York Times. It’s […]

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Bwoglines: In Which Wile E. Sees the Sights

Our four-legged friends took a field trip to Central Park yesterday, and wound up all over the internet. (Urban Hawks) The Royal Shakespeare Company will ply the bard’s trade during a month-long residency at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2011. (NYT) The MTA figured out that the F train was slow, so, naturally, it […]

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From Netflix’s Heart to Yours

Picking out a date movie can be tough, and with Valentine’s Day weekend here already, you don’t have too much time left to select something the two of you will both enjoy. Bwog knows as well as you do that the right movie can make all the difference, and since she has no date this […]

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John Jay: It’s the Flavor of Love

We’ve received several photos over the last half an hour of the now infamous John Jay Dinner Date. There are reports of a “table cloth, doilies, roses, and candles” currently being enjoyed by Columbia’s most romantic couple. Faces have been hidden to protect the adorable. UPDATE 7:28 PM: Our couple has given us permission to […]

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Missed Connections: Connecting

We received only a few responses to the Missed Connections post, but this didn’t sadden us, Columbia. You see, the fewer Missed Connections, the more connected you must be, and we celebrate your happiness in love. But we continue to fight for those still seeking romance, so with that in mind, the following are the […]

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Bwog Introduces: Missed Connections

After so many hours locked up in Butler, Bwog couldn’t help but notice a few smoldering glances flying from person to person across the brutally well-lit study spaces. It got us thinking, and we decided to start a feature that we’d been considering for a long time: Missed Connections. Oh, my, yes. While some of […]

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A Potpourri of Restaurant Reviews

For the last minute planner, Bwog correspondent George Olive offers a well-educated selection of options for the elite diner in search of a romantic night out. Restaurants Porcão Churrascaria Though unconventional, a top churrascaria may be the perfect place to take your lover. At Porcão and similar establishments, diners pay a fixed price and then […]

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Free Carnegie!

Caralyn Spector writes in that if you email cuarts@columbia.edu by 5PM, you’ll get free tickets to the Mozart and Bruckner extravaganza happening tonight at Carnegie Hall. The show starts at 8PM, with a pre-concert lecture starting at 7PM. This is highly recommended for Music Hum students, as well as anyone who’s never heard a Bruckner […]

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Making out, making do

Along with many high hopes freshmen carry to their first weeks of college, one of the most promising seems to be the possibility of a new love life. Nonsense, you say—I was canoodling quite successfully in 5th grade! This is silly. Freshmen don’t know how to do anything, much less mate. Fortunately, one of our […]

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I’ll make ya a deal…

Flyer found in John Jay and Broadway this evening. We kid you not: Update: The fridge has an icemaker.

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The Big Kiss—High Art Edition

Bwog Correspondent Mark Holden reports: The Big Kiss II went down last Saturday, this time at the Whitney Museum. Apparently, an art professor thought it would be hilarious if a bunch of college kids started smooching in the middle of his exhibition. Which is exactly what happened. This Big Kiss didn’t achieve the Low Steps […]

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