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Columbia Cranagrams

Unscramble the answers to the following crossword clues to find common Columbia phrases, people, and places. If you want to procrastinate more, read the rest of the September issue of The Blue and White on Bwog. A. Llooks llike a camel: _ _ _ _ _ Most popular salad dressing in the U.S.: _ _ […]

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From the Issue: Hannah Perls, Campus Character

The September issue of The Blue and White can be found all around campus. You might not know the following figure—but you should. In Campus Characters, The Blue and White introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things and whose stories beg to be shared. If you’d like […]

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From the Issue: The Great Brain Race

The new issue of The Blue and White can be found around campus.  Today, Claire Sabel reviews the a book on how the global reach of universities is changing the world. Ben Wildavsky The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World Princeton University Press April 2010 / $26.95 Coming in fourth nationally, […]

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From the Issue: Shakespeare in the Park

Hannah Lepow finds out what it takes to get tickets to one of New York’s most famous productions. You can find the print version of The Blue and White around campus or on Bwog. The only people crazy enough to brave the outskirts of Central Park before the summer sunrise generally fall into two categories: […]

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From the Issue: The Gorey Collection

The Blue and White can be found in buildings all over campus and on Bwog. In this Blue Note, Sam Schube discovers a rather unusual collection in the Rare Books and Manuscript Library. For an archive that prides itself on sterile preservation and meticulous organization, the Rare Books and Manuscript Library is the last place […]

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From the Issue: The World Cup and I

Find a fresh issue of The Blue and White around campus.  In this Blue Note, Michael Adame investigates the World Cup’s impact on campus life. When the United States exited the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in the first round of the knockout stage, Columbia University economics professor and U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati […]

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From the Issue: Pat Blute, Campus Character

The September issue of The Blue and White can be found all around campus. You might not know the following figure—but you should. In Campus Characters, The Blue and White introduces you to a handful of Columbians who are up to interesting and extraordinary things and whose stories beg to be shared. If you’d like […]

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From the Issue: Tell the Teacher They’re Surfing

The first issue of The Blue and White has landed on campus! In today’s selection, Mariela Quintana investigates the trials of Columbia’s urban surfers. If you want to surf in college, you go to the University of Hawaii or one of the University of California campuses. You don’t come to Columbia to ride the pipe. […]

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From the Issue: The Lesser-Known Lincoln

The new issue of The Blue and White appears on campus this weekend.  Today, Hannah Lepow reviews the latest book by History Professor Eric Foner. The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery by Eric Foner W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. October 4, 2010 / $29.95 Eric Foner, distinguished Civil War and Reconstruction historian, Dewitt […]

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From the Issue: Can You Change?

We stopped making out and she pulled the Chewbacca action figure out of my pants, putting it closer to her good eye.

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Magazine Preview: Take the A to the Rockaways

While we wait for the latest issue of The Blue and White to come back from the printer, we’ll be posting most of the articles on Bwog.  Today, Liz Naiden visits New York’s forgotten beach town. The beach is not quite “beautiful.” The calming tide and unending shore of Rockaway may appeal to the cramped […]

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Magazine Preview: Paper Chasers

[M]uch as with the escort or narcotics services advertised in stealth on the site, anonymous postings have just re-popularized ancient trades to a new market...we're no more devious now—just more efficient.

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Magazine Preview: Imminent Demolition

"As a student... I think you should be damned disheartened to see how much the university doesn't take into account the opinions of others."

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Magazine Preview: Odd Jobs

The Orientation issue of The Blue and White will arrive on campus this week.  We’ll be posting the entire magazine on Bwog over the next two weeks.  Stay tuned! As hordes of students slouch toward campus reluctant to see the start of a new semester, The Blue & White salutes five of them who refused […]

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