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I go to Dodge all the time. And when I say Dodge, I mean Dodge Hall, where the Gabe M. Wiener Music & Arts Library is—but I did go to a basketball game once in the more athletic Dodge. The beauty of the music library is precisely in that almost no one knows where it […]

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Butler has study chairs, and Hamilton has desk chairs, but only Lerner possesses the hybrid study/social/dining/package opening crossover combo chair. Ponder the possibilities of this perch as Lerner’s pleathery peculiarities get polemicized. What does an Air Purifier from Sharper Image, 1980s David Bowie, and the pleathery chairs in Lerner have in common? They all look […]

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As a part of our continuing series about chairs at Columbia, we present to you a luscious and colorful review of that indigenous grey species found in nearly every dorm on campus.  It’s 1:30 am on a Friday night. You’re at a mediocre Ruggles party with plenty of wine and conversation, but your feet kind […]

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Two days ago, we took you to that bright, airy temple of the mind, the Reference Room. We talked about the place where you put your butt. Bwog’s CC professor said that Plato is OK with sitting, so long as you’re thinking, so tonight we’re headed to another thinking-place, Milbank. If you’re sitting in Milbank […]

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Aside from lying in your bed, how do you spend most of your time? Sitting. Where does one sit? On a chair. It’s time to become an informed citizen, and to arm yourself with knowledge the next time you choose to transition to a sedentary position. Bwog presents: Chair Reviews, Part 1. Ah, the Butler […]

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