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Carpet Diem

Here are the things you could do at Koronet’s last semester: Gorge yourself on giant pizza slices Use the awning as a smoking haven when it’s raining out, you want a cigarette, and the Mel’s bouncers are being particularly ornery Abuse the parmesan cheese and red pepper flake station Here are the things you can […]

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And You Thought April Showers Were a Thing of The Past

A long time ago (Sunday) in a galaxy far, far away (Lewisohn), a tipster came across this weirdly poetic prophecy of imminent evil (rain pigeons): At least they don’t have acid rain pigeons.

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SIPA Seeking Ninja, B.Y.O.RollerBlades.

If you’re one of those Columbians still sitting around in your ninja costume and roller blades, whining about how you can’t get a summer internship (or girlfriend, see: possession of ninja costume and rollerblades), whine no longer! Just head over to northeast campus and find the grad student who’s waiting patiently, tapping his ninja star […]

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Uni “Café”—Unwilling to Conform To Society’s Labels

With a bold move, the very cheeky Uni “Café” chose to stick it to the man re: gelato sizes. You wanted a small? Well that sucks—looks like you’ll be having a “wink” instead. Spotted in the space formerly known as Pinnacle (may it rest in peace):

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Easter According to the Ding Dong Lounge

A tipster spotted the following Easter lineup at everyone’s favorite Columbus haunt, the Ding Dong Lounge. And by “everyone” we mean the six to 10 Columbia students who are willing to walk all the way down to 106th for a beer.  

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Overseen: Watt Is It?

The following [insert noun here] was spotted recently on Watt 6. Balloon? Tim Burton’s platonic ideal of a child? A friendly face? Casper off of the Atkins wagon? Seriously—your guess is as good as ours. (Caveat: ours aren’t really that good…)

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Damages on Amsterdam

Not real ones! The show Damages. A tipster reports trailers and at least one catering truck on 109 and Amsterdam. (No, not catering by Crack Del. We had to ask, too.) Click the images to enlarge them:

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Grammar Police, Demobilize

Remember when the grammar police rained on the Philolexian Society’s parade (er, posters)? The Philos strike back:  

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You Know You Love Them

During filming, a Bwogger approached a GG tech person and asked which characters were coming to Barnard. “None of them,” the tech-lady replied. “We’re just pretending they go to Columbia.” UPDATE: More pictures from the filming, this time of Serena (!) thanks to the quick lenswork of Elissa Mendez-Renk:

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Barnard Students Dread Daylight Savings Time

As the days grow shorter, Ancient Rituals Correspondent Mark Hay reports that in one Milbank stairwell, students have constructed a veritable Stonehenge: More slightly strange photos after the jump.

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South Lawn Snow, Cont’d: Toppled Tyrants…and Bowling

Continuing today’s snow sculpture-related coverage, and apropos to tonight’s J-School lecture on regime change, one of the once proudly (or panoptically!) upstanding snowmen on South Lawn appears to have capitulated, inspiring Bwog to cite Shelley’s “Ozymandias” and post this apt juxtaposition:   Meanwhile, this find on Hamilton Lawn indicates it may not have been quite the bloodless coup: […]

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Guerilla art in Hamilton!

BW’s art editor, Rachel Lindsay (also the woman behind that fantastic mural down in JJ’s) was really excited to find this unusual installation, and wrote in: People try REALLY hard to get things noticed on the bulletin boards in Hamilton. But today: a clear winner — it just comes out and bites you. Check out […]

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A WASTE of a Trash Can (ho ho ho ha ha ha)

A political statement? A new age design? An inefficient way to store things on a square surface, with walls high enough that they don’t fall off? Stephen Thomas provides an investigative report of the strange object shown at right. So I was doing my normal engineer-y thing today, I noticed that there was a trashcan […]

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