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CU Snacks is kind of like that spaghetti pot they sell on TV with the drainer built into the lid: it’s a good idea but it solves a problem you never really had. Plus you’re pretty sure only White trash orders it. Don’t believe us? Fresh baked cookies delivered to the West End. Kind of […]

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For real. Information Session Thursday, March 2, 6:30 p.m. RSVP online at The School of Continuing Education website.

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We all just got sold out to the man. As “‘required by U.S. law (Title 13, United States Code, Sections 141, 193, and 221),'” Columbia Housing and Dining has turned over the names and addresses of two dormfulls of students to the Census Bureau. Expect the men in black to come a’callin’ tomorrow. Fun fact: […]

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Rabbi Yonah Blum has invited you to a dinner party hosted by Chabad @ Columbia. Who: Chabad @ Columbia What: Going Mental on Shabbos When: Friday, February 24 Where: Chabad at Columbia University

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One would think that oscar-winning documentarian Ric Burns, C 78, had satisfied his propagandistic and masturbatory urges with his documentary for CU 250 festivities, Columbia: A Celebration. Not so! He’s back for more, producing what’s being pitched as a “reality-like” film, about his Alma Mater. And it’s going to be narrated by Brian Dennehy! Yay! […]

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Will Snider reports: Part of an email (“South Field Soundbites”) from Amanda Atkinson, Assistant Director for First Year Housing: In this issue you will find information about: First Year Series Events Discussion: Abortion in the Caribbean

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Current Columbia homepage headlines: Music Is a Major Key to Reviving the Musical City Learning to Think Strategically Is Harder Than It Looks This just in: Falling Brings You Closer to Ground. Also, a quote from the music article: “The suicide rate in New Orleans appears to be rising long after the floodwaters receded, according […]

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In a recent Class Council email: New York Times Study Break Sunday Feb. 26th/ 9:00pm Alfred Lerner Hall As a part of our FREE New York Times program, we are partnering with them to bring you some great events. On February 26th we will be throwing a NY Times Study Break with tons of FREE […]

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An excerpt: WHAT A GREAT IDEA! We provide a concept that will allow anyone with sufficient life experience to obtain a fully verifiable university diploma. Bachelor, Master or even a Doctorate. Think of it, within a month you too could be a college graduate. Many people share the same frustration, they are all doing the […]

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A writer at the Brown Daily Herald has alerted the Columbia College Student Council that, for a year between 2003-2004, CUIT sold our emails to Columbia panopticists, er, sociologists, Gueorgi Kossinets and Duncan Watts for this Science article. The study, which discusses the formation and evolution of social networks, did not name the “large university” […]

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Bathroom Humor

The Bwog knows how much construction delays can suck, especially when it involves something as vital as bathroom renovations. But when shit happens, so to speak, we lowly undergraduates are used to having our bitching go unheard. That’s why it kind of warmed our hearts to see Student Financial Services caring about their employees in […]

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A Bwog correspondent relayed this email. It’s not a joke. Ye Olde Dorkery Abounds at ye CUSFS tonight Ever wondered what “Ye” really meant? Like to fantasize about wearing the clothing of ages where comfort hadn’t been invented yet? Want to pick up a sword and start swinging in a somewhat more legal setting? Come […]

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Working in a Butler computer lab, Bwog’s computer was ambushed by an announcement THAT EMERGED FROM WITHIN THE COMPUTER proclaiming “this PC will run an update at 3:00 AM” Those campaigns for free wireless are starting remind Bwog of that genius give-guns-to-Osama-Bin-Laden-to-fight-the-Soviets idea. Find other instances of cyber-dominance (har har) here; documentary evidence of the […]

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An empty puff piece on South Asian studies at Columbia (“Of Columbia’s many ties with South Asia, India is probably the strongest”) ends with a dazzling flourish of geopolitical hubris: “the buzz about Columbia’s newly revitalized South Asia program will soon be spreading all over the Subcontinent.” Just like militant Islam! Um, the world is […]

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In an official announcement on Columbia alums nominated for Oscars: Brokeback Mountain has been the film to beat this awards season. Aside from its Oscar nominations for best director, best actor, best supporting actor (Jake Gyllenhaal, CC ’02) … He was supposed to graduate in 2004. He didn’t–he dropped out to play a gay cowboy. […]

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