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After crying over the Lions’ consecutive 4 losses, basketball fan and guest writer Gloriana Lopez decided to crunch more numbers than she ever did when she was in SEAS in hopes of finding a way to stop suffering and make the Lions win their games this weekend against Penn and Princeton. She figured out that […]

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Columbia students are great at finding new and creative ways to hurt themselves, physically and emotionally. Sometimes there’s a reward, but usually the result is deep and existential dread/the shattering of a once dearly-held worldview, just like an angry 1020 line-dweller shattered a V&T window during the wait to get in. To contribute, share details […]

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The Autumn issue of The Blue & White, our parent magazine is out! You can get it from many of the campus buildings, including Lerner and Hamilton, and also read it on the “Internet” at! Here, Senior Editor Anna Bahr and Bwog Senior Contributor Alexandra Svokos discuss the relative merits of sharing or withholding your cigarettes.  […]

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It’s that season when you can almost smell the love in the recycled-air hood—or maybe that’s acetone. In any case, BunsenBwog has you covered with a selection of new science happenings flimsily connected by the theme of Valentine’s day, lovingly collected by Zach Kagan. Sometimes forbidden love is the most passionate, and no one knows that more […]

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Just over an hour ago, Helen Gurley Brown announced a donation of $30 million dollars to be shared between Columbia’s School of Journalism and Stanford’s School of Innovation to create a bi-coastal Institute for Media Innovation based out of Columbia’s J-school campus. Helen Gurley Brown reigned as head editor of Cosmopolitan magazine from 1965 to […]

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The Space Shuttle Enterprise will touch down at the Intrepid! Cue NSOP 2011. A nugget of history for you: the Enterprise was the first shuttle orbiter, but never actually flew in space. Geek out. (Intrepid Museum) A Columbia Comp Sci study found that people can’t quite handle social networking privacy settings—they’re either “sharing something they wished to […]

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Registration officially lasts until the 28th! That gives you 6 days before classes even start and then 10 more to refresh SSOL every minute to get into Hiking. Bwog has received numerous requests and inquiries for the best classes to take at Columbia, and the obvious people to turn to are you, dearest readers. In […]

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Bwog tipster Raza Panjwani sent in this picture, a view across the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) in the Bronx, just south of Yankee Stadium, taken from a Metro North train. The sign on the building reads: Dear Columbia U: The West Harlem Community Knows How to Share. Why Don’t You? STOP THREATENING EMINENT DOMAIN. At […]

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