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And by we, we’re referring to the staff of The Blue & White, who will be having their weekly meeting tonight from 8-9pm in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel (look for us in the gallery). If you’ve ever been interested in writing, reporting, illustrating, or editing for an on-campus magazine, there’s no time like the […]

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The September issue of The Blue & White is on-campus now, and Bwog will keep on posting the highlights for your reading pleasure. Below, Culture Editor Conor Skelding explains how Bwog accidentally gained a global presence in the Twittersphere. On August 14th, Bwog published an ostensibly unprovocative post divulging that Jaeseop “AJ” Kim, 21, member of the […]

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The September issue of The Blue & White is now on campus, and Bwog will continue posting tasty tidbits for your reading pleasure. Below, Peter Sterne sits down for a chat with Deaton Jones. If you are one of the few who don’t already know Deaton, here’s why you should. Pretty much everyone knows Deaton […]

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Interested in writing or illustrating for an on-campus publication? Looking for shelter on this blustery Tuesday? Join us, the staff of The Blue & White, at our weekly meeting tonight at 9pm. This week the meeting will be held in the Shiff Room of Earl Hall, which isn’t our usual location, but hey stuff happens. […]

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The September issue of The Blue & White is now on campus! Here on Bwog we’ll be posting juicy bits of the issue for those of you whose eyes no longer process anything that isn’t a backlit LED display. Appropriately, to kick things off, below you can read Allie Curry and Matthew Schantz debate the value […]

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Greetings Columbians, We welcome you to join us on this lovely evening in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel at 9pm for the first meeting of The Blue & White. A new semester means it’s time to once again turn our inquisitive eyes upon our fair University, and to record our findings in print so […]

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Unrequited Reading

Though lost to history, we are working to bring you whatever we can from the May issue of The Blue & White. Here, Allie Curry explains how we are able to read things not written in English, even though we won’t pay for the convenience. The headline of a 2003 New York Times piece on […]

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…on 4/20. Anna Bahr details her journey below. Read this and more in the May issue of The Blue & White, right on the tail of the April issue, on campus this week. As admitted freshman pare down their college choices in late April, arbitrary details become critical factors in the decision making process. Remember […]

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Zuzana Giertlova dons her detective hat and pigs out. Read this and more in the April issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week! Rumor had it there was a pig living in a University-owned building somewhere in the city. The Blue & White took it upon themselves to investigate, and set out […]

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Renowned theoretical astrophysicist Janna Levin has mastered the art of simplifying the overwhelmingly complicated into something tangible. She wakes up every morning looking to explain the mysteries of the universe, which, she tells us, has a great soundtrack. While holding the position of Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Barnard, Levin’s research interests include the […]

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Allie Curry is urged to apply to Columbia. Again. Read this and more in the April issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week. Gleaning from the event description that “the ‘Old Sod’ has infused itself at the Club,” this reporter thirsted for nothing more than to investigate “Libations from Ireland: An Irish […]

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Augusta Harris profiles the outgoing CCSC prez. Look for this and more in the April issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week. Aki Terasaki, CC ’12, CCSC president and two-time class president, might be one of Columbia’s biggest fans, as evidenced by his high school graduation gift: a cat he named Roar-ee. […]

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In “Significant Other,” Conor Skelding examines the Core at the University of Chicago and how it compares to our own. Look for this and more in the April issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week. The Core Curriculum is the defining feature of Columbia College’s intellectual identity. Undergraduates who chose Columbia specifically for its […]

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Mark Hay relates the story of the controversy surrounding the formation of new A Cappella group Sharp this past fall. Read this and more in the upcoming April issue of The Blue & White. When Columbia got a new a cappella group this past fall, most people didn’t think twice. A cappella groups, though perhaps […]

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Victoria Wills and Mark Hay engage in a battle of local subway stops. Read this and more in the upcoming April issue of The Blue & White. AFFIRMATIVE—116th or Bust by Victoria Wills Mark asked me to commit. He wanted me to pick a side, buy a ticket, and follow him all the way. What […]

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