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Tryna Get Enriched

Nine out of ten dentists recommend you watch the latest video that’s kind of about orgo, this time with musical references to  the Harlem Shake and other songs we’ve tried to forget about. Its rappers are decked out in Columbia University apparel and a shirt that reads, “I have nice abs”—naturally, its creators are current […]

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The Swim team beat Brown at Homecoming this past weekend! To celebrate, we bring you a bit of gossip from the latest issue of the Blue and White… Keep sending your silliest and strangest stories to tips@bwog.com Each week, the swim team coach buys 150 bottles of Ronnybrook Farm chocolate milk at the greenmarket to […]

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The Columbia men’s basketball team got its season off to a thrilling start, as they gutted out a 65-62 win over Fordham. Fordham led by as much as eight during the second half, but the Lions held them to 25% shooting to gain the victory. Columbia dominated on the boards in particular, with a 52-27 […]

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Oh, good morning! Look, it’s the Columbia men’s swim team, doing their part to give prospective students the Best. College. Tour. Ever. More photos — because look who’s suddenly so interested in Columbia athletics! — after the jump.

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