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Bwog Asked: What Do You Think About Columbia Winning The Homecoming Game?

Once upon a time, Bwog stopped writing about the f-word. Since last year, though, we are once again recognizing that the football team exists. We took to Butler tonight to ask the library-dwellers what they think about Columbia’s homecoming win yesterday (more comprehensive homecoming coverage to come tomorrow–our resident bandies/sports writers are still recovering). Butler […]

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Bwog Visits Baker: Field Hockey Cruises Past Villanova

Bwog’s favorite young sports aficionado Ross Chapman brings you the play-by-play of the most recent women’s field hockey game, and plenty more athletic updates. A pair of second half goals five minutes apart for senior tri-captain Zoe Blake powered the Lions past the Wildcats 5-2 today at the Columbia Field Hockey Stadium at the Baker Athletic […]

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That Which Shall Not Be Named is Really Asking to Be Named

So everyone and their mother has seen the front page of the New York Times. Our very own f-word team has lost its way to infamy and now Bwog has to do some tricky grammatical gymnastics to report on it.* Sigh. *Just to be clear, this is not a post about That Which Shall Not Be […]

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QuickSpec: That Which Must Not Be Named

We’re going to briefly resurrect an old, old feature, to bring you word from people who are still talking about that thing we’re not talking about. Because honestly, it’s hard to keep your mouth shut once PrezBo says something, so check out what amounts to letters to and from Sammy Roth. Basically, people have been […]

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