Some freshmen students have organized a Facebook event with the goal of winning a free concert from Snoop Dogg. The school with the most votes on March 14th wins. Facebook users can vote once a day here. Blogs are on the wane as young people rely increasingly on social networking. (NYT) Stanford, Cornell and Purdue want […]
Bwog’s Official Consolation Prizes Correspondent Juli Weiner reports from the Barnard Mail Center. Apparently, a suitable solution to the lack of ATMs on campus are these ATM decals printed to walls. The posters even display how to swipe–with two arrows– an imaginary credit card.
In which Ashish Kundra, bringer of news from around the net, passes on a friendly warning. A few months ago, Microsoft handed Facebook a $240 million wad of cash. Microsoft’s new equity boosted Facebook’s estimated value to $15 billion (by comparison, that’s three times Monster.com’s market cap of $4.8 billion). At the moment, Facebook’s ad […]
As the anniversary of the physical attack approaches, Bwog correspondent Alex Weinberg reels from the mental attack of 9-11 conspiracy theorists. September 11th is fast approaching, and, like swallows returning to Capistrano, 9/11 conspiracy theorists are emerging from their basements and taking to the streets to let you all know how dumb you really are. […]
A couple days ago, Miss Teen South Carolina was asked why she thought 1/5 of Americans couldn’t locate the United States on a map. Her answer? Um… So this afternoon, Bwog hit (newly-renovated!) College Walk and asked a sampling of Columbia students the same question. Bwog: So why do you think 1/5 of all Americans […]
Bwog just got wind of a terrible bit of news: Our local Labyrinth branch will soon be called Book Culture due to a business dispute with its other incarnation in New Haven. A call to the store revealed that they plan to make the switch at the end of the week. Far be it from us […]
It’s not looking good, Dianne. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a national free speech watchdog, has just issued a statement condemning the suspension of men’s club hockey. Not that Bollinger typically listens to rights groups; but it’s probably a good idea to avoid bad press on the eve of a four billion dollar […]