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Couch Surfing into GS Class Day

While it’s not quite the Housing lottery, some diligent engineers have come up with this handy utility, allowing families attending the rescheduled GS Class Day who might not otherwise have a place to stay to find an available couch/floor/closet in the neighborhood. The administration’s posturings thus far have been remarkably unhelpful and opaque, but Bwog […]

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OfficeHop: Paige West’s Indo Board

As many of our interviewees will attest, Bwog loves to invade personal space. Professors’ offices are no exception to our clear ignorance of social cues. This week, Senior Surfing Specialist Briana Last stalked checked out Anthropology Professor Paige West’s sweetest of digs. If you know of any other hop-worthy offices, send ’em our way at […]

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From the Issue: Tell the Teacher They’re Surfing

The first issue of The Blue and White has landed on campus! In today’s selection, Mariela Quintana investigates the trials of Columbia’s urban surfers. If you want to surf in college, you go to the University of Hawaii or one of the University of California campuses. You don’t come to Columbia to ride the pipe. […]

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