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UPDATE: Athletics has confirmed that Pete Mangurian will coach Columbia football next year. He has an impressive track record at Cornell, Stanford, LSU and with the NFL. Notoriously un well-versed in sports, we were intrigued by the financial details of Columbia’s football team, detailed yesterday in the Times: The head coach of the football team […]

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Congratulate yourself on living in the 46th most desirable neighborhood (out of 50) in NYC. (NY Mag) The Pulitzer Prize winners are announed Our profs make second most $$$ (NYT) The Knicks win penultimate game of the season Photo via Jake Hall’s flickr

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Payscale.com has just released a ranking of the best Ivy League Schools in terms of post-Bachelors salaries. Let’s see how Columbia stacked up. Why look, it’s last, dead last. Topping the list is Dartmouth (fraternities), followed by Princeton (eating clubs) and Yale (collective ennui?).    As one Bwog staffer points out: “This says a lot […]

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That’s a good start. Now do twenty more (like Stanford and MIT). (read more)
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