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PeopleHop: Dropping the Bass

Theo Papageorge, CC’13 took a year off from Columbia to–what else?–move across the country to LA and work in the music industry.  Rusko personally listened to Theo’s music and asked him to open a show this summer.  Bwog dusted off our limited DJ vocab and tried to be cool. Bwog: How long have you been DJing? […]

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As Seen on College Walk

You keep dressing sharply and Bwog will keep taking your picture! Here, another week’s snapshots of Columbia’s most stylish students. Katherine Taylor, BC ’13, Hewitt Dining Hall Where are you from? Originally St. Petersburg, Russia. What’s your major? I want to major in ballet and psychology. What inspires your fashion sense? I think the thirties […]

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Dispatch from Berlin: The Love is Back!

With the World Cup over, Berliners had to find some other way to get their kicks–and what better than a massive parade celebrating techno music and the fall of Communism? Bwog correspondent Joyce Hau reports that over 120,000 scantily clad people (some estimates ranged much higher) throbbed to the beats of DJs Paul van Dyk […]

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