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Classes Cancelled Tomorrow, March 21, Due To Expected Heavy Snowfall

Even though snow has just barely started falling in Morningside Heights, classes are cancelled at both Columbia and Barnard, thanks to what my Music Hum teacher has referred to as an “unbelievable snow panic.” Rejoice! Sleep in! Bake eggplant parmesan! Catch up on all the homework you didn’t do over break! Barnard bit the bullet […]

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Classes Canceled After 4pm Due To Snowstorm

If you were up until 3 am in Butler crossing your fingers for a snow day so that you wouldn’t have to take that 8:40 midterm, you were probably disappointed when you woke up to a bare ground. But good news: Barnard and Columbia have now announced that both schools will close at 4 pm today! […]

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Snow Day! Columbia (Finally) Cancels Classes For Winter Storm Niko

After claiming in an email Wednesday night that campus would operate as normal through Winter Storm Niko, Columbia has announced that classes will not occur for both Morningside and CU Medical School campuses. The original email from Facilities Executive VP David Greenberg at 8:15 pm, entitled “Winter Storm Niko update,” stated, “At this time, we […]

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A Snow Day Prayer: Winter Storm Niko

Dear Alma, And just when you thought Columbia could not get any whiter, Winter Storm Niko loomed its vanilla head. Seriously, Columbia students probably have not been shooken up by this much white nonsense since the Civil War. Tomorrow is but a small sacrifice for our safety and well being. While other New York institutions of higher learning […]

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Bwog in Bed: Snow Day!

It’s officially finals time which means for the next ~2 weeks we’ll be forgoing Bwoglines in favor of spending a few minutes in bed with you. The weather outside is pretty frightful, which is totally an excuse to not leave your room for the rest of the day. Oh and go ahead and tip more […]

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Overseen: It’s A Bit Chili Outside, No?

As Winter Wonderland part deux is in session, Columbia Dining hastily makes preparations for the frigid winter. Amidst transporting hot leftovers to starving brunch-goers, someone couldn’t keep up and spilled the beans. As the powdery chaos continues, Bwog can’t help but feel like this snow day is missing something.

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Bwoglines: Waiting and Watching Edition

Today is a Snow Day! (except for the Business School)! Columbia was apparently mentioned as superior to Kenyon College off-camera on the Daily Show. The MTA is “trying very much” not to increase fares this year. (Gothamist) Hey, you know what’s cool? Meatpacking District nightclubs. (Spec) The Spectator wants to know where it’s going to […]

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Snow the Sequel

Bwog loves nothing more than snow. Take a little time out of the day to appreciate its many manifestations of beauty. A slavic languages professor wringing out his hat in front of the elevator: “Oh dear, oh God almighty, I am wet from the snow.” The tables outside of Kent have been overturned… by snowy […]

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Let It Snow Part 5 – Let The Snow Speak For Itself

SNOWBALL FIGHT TONIGHT AT 7:30 With thanks to Jon Hill, Elizabeth Jacob, Mahrah Taufique, Derek Arthur, Matthew Martinez, and Michelle Madejski for the photos

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