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One if by Land, Two if by Sea?

Early this morning, Bwog traveled toward Butler to begin a miserable Sunday of studying. And lo, Hawkma, our star of the sky, appeared. Hawkma wasn’t alone, however. She was joined by another avian friend who shortly flew over to John Jay (was it Hawkpa? Hawkma II? We aren’t sure of Hawkma’s sexual preferences) as he/she […]

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Gradual Disillusionment: Nightlife

In honor of Saturday night, we’d like to help you plot your disillusionment with Columbia/NYC/being sociable. Bwog’s Lovely L’Artiste Lauren Beltrone brought this to fruition.

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Overseen: It’s All Going to Be OK, Guys

Like the proverbial dove with olive branch, Hawkma has emerged resplendent after the storm. Bwog couldn’t have asked for a better omen. Courtesy of freshpeople on JJ13

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Return of the Hawkma

Our beloved Hawkma has been spotted on the JJ10 balcony, gloriously resting there as she has in the past.  Perhaps confused by this inconsistent weather, she looks out over campus in concern, pondering our fates.  We can only hope that she will continue her reign as Queen of the Night rather than puzzle us with […]

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Hawkmadinejad Visits Butler

Hawkma has returned! Big ups to Steve Welsh for the sweet close-ups. Doesn’t Hawkma look regal? Photos by Steve Welsh

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